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A grouplet named for a pallasite that was found near Eagle Station, Kentucky, in 1880. They all contain highly fragmented olivines, intermixed with small, irregular olivine splinters, in a nickel-iron matrix. The olivine is extraordinarily iron-rich, and the metal consists of higher nickel content than any other pallasites.
Classification of PES pallasiteHide
Mineralogy of PES pallasiteHide
Essential minerals - these are minerals that are required within the classification of this rock:
Accessory minerals - these are minor components, often far less than 1% of the total mineral material: