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    Posted 3 years ago

    KKK
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    Is it a Meteorite ? OR Meteo Wrong ?? Because it Attracts a Strong Magnet

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    1. Anik Anik, 3 years ago
      Love the title... Meteorite or Meteo Wrong... :D
    2. buckethead, 3 years ago
      Not a meteorite.....Magnetite.

      Magnetite is a rock mineral and one of the main iron ores. With the chemical formula Fe?O?, it is one of the oxides of iron. Magnetite is ferrimagnetic; it is attracted to a magnet and can be magnetized to become a permanent magnet itself.
    3. KKK KKK, 3 years ago
      Thank Anik for your comment
    4. KKK KKK, 3 years ago
      Thank you buckethead for your information but it only Attracts Magnet not any Metal like Nails, Clips, Pins, Coins etc.
    5. merchant merchant, 3 years ago
      Hello kkk, in right side, i don't know it's first or last image of stone with magnet, i can see regmaglypts but not sure.
    6. KKK KKK, 3 years ago
      Thank you merchant for giving Information about Regmaglypts and i Checked it on Internet Search but as you said it's not sure then Question Remains Meteorite ? or Meteo Wrong ??
    7. merchant merchant, 3 years ago
      Then better you try to find an expert near you, because only by seeing images i can't say anything


    8. KKK KKK, 3 years ago
      Thank's merchant for your Information and Advice
      Have a great day


    9. buckethead, 3 years ago
      Normal magnetite is attracted to a magnet, but some specimens are automagnetized and have the ability to attract small pieces of iron, small pieces of magnetite, and other magnetic objects. This form of magnetite, known as "lodestone," was man's first encounter with the property of magnetism. Yours may be normal magnetite.
    10. KKK KKK, 3 years ago
      Ok buckethead, according you it's normal magnetite and according merchant it's a Meteorite.
    11. KKK KKK, 3 years ago
      Thanks buckethead, for your Information
      Have a great day

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