A SEYMCHAN METEORITE CUBE
DISCOVERED IN RUSSIA, 1967
Modern cutting (2 x 2 x 2 inches), revealing amber and pale green Olivine crystals juxtaposed against the Widmanstätten patterns of the iron-nickel crystals.
Seymchan is a pallasite meteorite which was discovered near the settlement of Seymchan in the Magadan district of Russia in 1967. This specimen nicely displays the distinctive Seymchan juxtaposition of the rounded Olivine crystals against the straight Widmanstätten patterns of the iron-nickel.