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Formation of Stony-Iron Meteorites in Early Giant Impacts. Pallasites were originally thought to have formed at the boundary between an olivine-rich mantle and molten metallic core of an asteroid. Formation of Stony-Iron Meteorites in Early Giant Impacts.

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formation of stony iron meteorites in early giant impacts
Formation of Stony-Iron Meteorites in Early Giant Impacts

Pallasites were originally thought to have formed at the boundary between an olivine-rich mantle and molten metallic core of an asteroid.

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Formation of Stony-Iron Meteorites in Early Giant Impacts

Rounding of angular olivines at high temperatures

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Formation of Stony-Iron Meteorites in Early Giant Impacts

Cooling rates determined from compositional zoning in metal phases