Large piece of Campo del Cielo, unique specimen 1850 grams
Nice big unique piece of the Campo del Cielo meteorite. Campo del Cielo meteorite hit between 2200 and 2700 BC on the border of the provinces of Chaco and Santiago del Estero, Argentina.
Large unique piece
Large meteorite impact
This iron meteorite hit about 5,000 years ago on the border of the provinces of Chaco and Santiago del Estero in Argentina. Upon impact arose less than 26 craters over an area of 60km². The largest crater has a diameter of 70 meters and is approximately 5 meters deep.
Iron meteorite from the sky
The former residents thought the iron debris came from the sun. And called the place of impact "Campo del Cielo" ( "Field of Heaven"). In 1576, the meteorite was (re) discovered by the Spaniards.
Spirtuele operation of Campo del Cielo meteorite
Spiritually stimulates the third eye (6th chakra) and the Crown Chakra (7th chakra) and activates the root chakra (1st chakra) and the solar plexus / solar plexus (3rd chakra)
These newly found documents on ten centimeters deep without standing water. This gives rust has gotten almost no effect on these meteorites. You can go for loose pieces of the Campo del Cielo meteorite.
This meteorite exists with iron (Fe) from 6.67% Ni, Co was 0.43%, 0.25%, P 87 ppm Ga, 407 ppm Ge, and 3.6 ppm Ir.