Meteorite Type: Iron, IIE
Measurements: 52 mm x 38 mm x 8 mm
Additional Information: An incredibly odd looking space rock! It is a silicated IIE. This part slice comes with a list of documented provenance. This part slice was purchased directly out of the F. Cressey collection. Accompanying your purchase is F. Cressey Meteorite Collection card in pristine condition, metal stand with total known weight (as pictured), an Island Meteorite hand-written specimen card, yellow labeled informational card and Aerolite Meteorites specimen card.
1 in stock
Found in 1992 in Queensland, Australia
Iron (IIE), with silicate inclusions
A mass of about 265 kg was found on open shrub farmland. Classification and analysis: 7.96% Ni, 0.443% Co, 182 ppm Cu, 26.6 ppm Ga, 9.52 ppm As, 0.86 ppm W, 100 ppb Re, 1.12 ppm Ir, 4.6 ppm Pt, 1.13 ppm Au; John T. Wasson, Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, UCLA, Los Angeles, California 900241567, USA. The main mass remains in Australia, about 100 kg of it were exported with legal permission to the USA by Marvin Killgore – as per the Meteoritical Bulletin