About Us
Admire Pallasite Meteorite

Meteorite Care
Gift Ideas
Check Out

Meteorite Type: Stony Iron
Classification: Pallasite MG
Location:  Admire, Lyon County
, Kansas, U.S.A. 
Discovered: 1881
Total Known Weight:  ~ 2 Ton

Admire Pallasite Meteorite Slices
  Our Admire Pallasite Meteorite slices have been Stabilized.

Admire Slice 770.8 gms
Admire Slice - 593 grams Admire Pallasite Meteorite Slice - 570.6 gms
770.8 grams
593 grams
570.6 grams

Admire Slice - 245 gmsAdmire Pallasite Meteorite Slice - 208.2 gmsAdmire Pallasite Meteorite Slice - 129.5 gms
245 grams

208.2 grams

129.5 grams

Admire Pallasite Meteorite Slice - 17.5 gmsAdmire Pallasite Meteorite Slice - 20.7 gmsAdmire Pallasite Meteorite Slice - 20.5 gms
17.5 grams
20.7 grams
20.5 grams

Admire Pallasite Meteorite Slice - 13.3 gms
13.3 grams

1,658 gm End cut

The Admire Pallasite Meteorite
It is hard to beat the sheer beauty of the Admire Pallasite Meteorite. No other meteorite compares to it in the quality of the crystals or the overall attractiveness. However, the Admire Pallasite Meteorite has been considered a "ruster" from the time it was discovered in 1881. Since we first stared searching for and finding the Admire in 2009, we have been creating a series of processes to help stabilize it. We feel that our processes have made the Admire as stable as most other Pallasites and more stable than some. 
As of 2013, a slice of our processed Admire has been in Hawaii and Georgia for just over a year with no signs of any problems. At our annual in depth examination under magnification of our own pallasite collection (viewable on our website) we found no issues of any kind on the processed Admire, Glorieta Mountain, Esquel, Imilac or Seymchan Slices. 

 Home    About Us    Iron Meteorites    Iron Meteorite Slices    Stony Iron Meteorites    Meteorite Nuggets   
Stone Meteorites    Meteorite Knives    Meteorite Jewelry     Meteorite Care     MeteorWrongs   
Meteorite Adventures     Meteorite Identification     Gift Ideas    Check Out     Links