Inside the meteorite known as 'Diablo canyon,'

During the analysis of diamonds in an old meteorite, scientists discovered a hitherto unknown tiny structure. 

Canyon Diablo meteorite, which smashed into Earth 50,000 years ago and was found in Arizona in 1891, included the diamond formations that were discovered in 1891.

Most people are unfamiliar with the kind of diamonds found in this meteorite. 

The majority of the world's diamonds were produced around 90 miles below the planet's surface, at temperatures exceeding 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit . 

Canyon Diablo's meteorite contains lonsdaleite diamonds, which have hexagonal crystal structures and are named for British crystallographer Dame Kathleen Lonsdale.

As lonsdaleite is generated only when asteroids collide with Earth at very high speeds, scientists have been able to make the mineral in a lab using gunpowder and compressed air.

Click Here