Meteorite Impactite - Mt Darwin Glass E722
Out of stock
This is an example of a peice of Mt Darwin Glass as shown in the image. Creates good luck, aids learning, especially spiritual pursuits. Learn your duties in this life time and 'know' what you should do now. Excellent for bringing people together, increases new ideas and meeting of the minds. Weight 2.1 grams approx Size:12 x 6 mms approx.
Impactite Name: DARWIN GLASS natural glass melt created by meteorite impact Location: in Wild Rivers National Park, World Heritage Area, 26 km south of Queenstown, Tasmania Country: AUSTRALIA Date: Find: 1915 The huge Darwin Crater, approx. 1 km across and 200 m deep, was created about 73,000 years ago when a meteorite struck Tasmania near Mt. Darwin. The heat generated by the explosive force of the impact melted and vaporized the rocks. The molten material was hurled into the sky, falling back as glass and creating one of the world's most spectacular silica glassfields associated with a meteorite crater.
Write Your Own Review
Ask Your Question