Margarosanite, Calcite - Sweden
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Under shortwave UV, the margarosanite fluoresces bright blue and the calcite fluoresces red. Other than Franklin, New Jersey, the Jakobsberg Mining District of Sweden, next to Langban, is the only other known source for margarosanite.
Explore the top ten most common fluorescent minerals such as fluorite, opal, calcite, aragonite, willemite, hackmanite and more. When exposed to ultraviolet (UV) light, these remarkable specimens emit a captivating and colorful glowRead more
The Kangerluarsuk Fjord forms the southeast boundary of the Ilimaussaq Complex. Like Tunulliarfik, the fjord cuts right through the complex. Steep cliffs rise from each side of the fjord. A large, relatively flat, rock-strewn area is located at the end of the fjord and is one of the three most productive areas in the complex.Read more