- On February 6, Christie announces a heart-shaped meteorite.
- The meteorite, known as the "Heart of Space", came from a meteorite that hit Siberia in 1947.
- The Meteorite created a campfire over the Sikhote-Alin region.
- The auction house estimates that pricing could reach up to $ 500,000 for space rocks.
Make your beloved sudden this Valentine's Day by skipping chocolate to get the universe.
An unusual Russian meteorite, known as "The Heart of Space" (Romantic Form), February 6, Christie's, goes out for auction.
The space cliff comes from a meteorite that created a campfire in Siberia in 1947 over the Sikhote-Alin mountains. It has a width of 23 inches (23 cm) across its widest point and weighs over 22 pounds (10 kilograms).
The firewall disrupted the devastating effects of leaving the massive beats, broken windows and knocking over the trees. Think of it as a metaphor of your power of love.
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Christie speaks to us sweetly with a description called "a very rarely seen form resulting from accidental cleavage along its crystalline planes." Sorry while I cool down.
This particular iron meteorite is a way that is contained by returning thumb-like indentations called regmaglypts. Okay, maybe leave regmaglypts a bit out of your love letter.
Christie's estimates of pricing could reach $ 500,000 ($ 380,000, $ 690,000). Auction House accepts online offers.
This meteorite could best be supplemented with a card with a thoughtful inscription, for example, "Hey, child, you have to be the sun because you are the center of my universe" or "I can't resist pulling your gravity."
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