It's hard to beat the sheer beauty of the Admire Pallasite meteorite. The quality of the crystals and overall attractiveness sets it apart from other stones. Though beautiful it is considered a “ruster” and is relatively unstable compared to other meteorites.
In 1881 a mass was plowed up and other masses later with an olivine content and nickel-iron content in almost equal parts throughout. With the aid of metal detectors, meteorite hunters have found other pieces in recent years with the total amount close to 2T to date. With only about 1% of all meteorites being Pallasites, this is a fantastic piece for any collection.
Find/Fall Find - 1881 Location Kansas, USA Class: Pallasite, PMG Total Weight: 180kg (396.832lbs)