Tenham (meteorite)
Tenham meteorites are the fragments of a larger meteorite that fell in 1879 in a remote area of Australia near the Tenham station, South Gregory, in western Queensland. Although the fall was seen by a...
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Kaidun meteorite
Kaidun is a meteorite that fell on 3 December 1980 on a Soviet military base near what is now Al-Khuraybah in Yemen. A fireball was observed travelling from the northwest to the southeast, and a singl...
Ourique (meteorite)
Ourique is a H4 meteorite fallen in 1998 in Portugal.
During the night between 27 and 28 December 1998, a brilliant fireball and loud noises were reported by several people in Beja region.Antonio ...
Pultusk (meteorite)
Pultusk is an H5 ordinary chondrite meteorite which fell on 30 January 1868 in Poland. The event has been known as the stony meteorite shower with the largest number of pieces yet recorded in history....
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Adzhi-Bogdo (stone)
Adzhi-Bogdo (stone) is a meteorite-chondritis weighed at 910 grams (32 oz). Found on October 30, 1949, in Govi-Altay, Mongolia. Classification: LL3.
Beardsley meteorite
The chondritic Beardsley meteorite fell in Kansas, US, on October 15, 1929.
Peace River (meteorite)
Peace River is a L6 chondrite meteorite fall on the morning of March 31, 1963.
On March 31, 1963 at 4:35 a.m. MST, a small meteoroid detonated at a height of 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) over the s...
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Weston meteorite
The Weston meteorite is a meteorite which fell to earth above the town of Weston, Connecticut on December 14, 1807.
The Weston meteorite is a meteorite which fell to earth above the town of Weston...
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Adelie Land meteorite
Adelie Land is a meteorite discovered on December 5, 1912 in Antarctica by Francis Howard Bickerton (1889-1954), a member of Sir Douglas Mawson's Australasian Antarctic Expedition. It was named after ...
Allende meteorite
The Allende meteorite is the largest carbonaceous chondrite ever found on Earth. The fireball was witnessed at 01:05 on February 8, 1969, falling over the Mexican state of Chihuahua. After breaking up...
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L'Aigle (meteorite)
L'Aigle is a L6 meteorite fallen in 1803 in Lower Normandy, France.
In the early afternoon of 26 April 1803 a meteorite shower of more than 3000 fragments fell upon the town of L'Aigle in Normandy...
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Claxton meteorite
Claxton is an L6 chondrite meteorite that fell to earth on December 10, 1984 in Georgia, United States. It is the only known meteorite to directly strike a mailbox.
According to the eyewitness acc...
Přibram meteorite
The Příbram meteorite fell on 7 April 1959 east of Příbram, Czech Republic. Four pieces were found, the largest having a mass of 4.425 kilograms (9.76 lb) (near the village of Luhy, Dolní Hbity m...
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Neuschwanstein (meteorite)
Neuschwanstein was an enstatite chondrite (type EL6) meteorite that fell to Earth on 6 April 2002 at 22:20:18 GMT near Neuschwanstein Castle, Bavaria, at the Germany-Austria border.The original meteor...
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Novato meteorite
The Novato meteorite is an ordinary chondrite which entered the earth's atmosphere and broke up at 19:44 Pacific time on 17 October 2012. The fireball created sonic booms and fragmented. The meteoroid...
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Polonnaruwa (meteorite)
The Polonnaruwa meteorite is an alleged meteorite that fell in 29 December 2012 close to the city of Polonnaruwa in Sri Lanka, and recovered soon after by Chandra Wickramasinghe's team.Twelve days af...
Buzzard Coulee meteorite
Buzzard Coulee is the collective name of the meteorites fallen on November 20, 2008 over Saskatchewan, Canada.
The fireball was first spotted at around 17:30 MST (00:30 UTC) (ISO 8601 format: 2008...
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Chergach
Chergach is a meteorite found at southwest of El Mokhtar, Erg Chech, Timbuktu district, Mali.It fell on 2 or 3 July 2007, in daytime, and was composed of ordinary chondrite (H5).
During 2007 fall ...
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Tagish Lake (meteorite)
The Tagish Lake meteorite fell at 16:43 UTC on 18 January 2000 in the Tagish Lake area in northwestern British Columbia, Canada.
Fragments of the Tagish Lake meteorite landed upon the Earth on Jan...
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Arroyo Aguiar (meteorite)
Arroyo Aguiar is an H chondrite meteorite that fell to earth during the summer of 1950 in the province of Santa Fe, Argentina.
It is an ordinary chondrite type H with a petrologic type 5, thus bel...
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Orgueil (meteorite)
Orgueil is a scientifically important carbonaceous chondrite meteorite that fell in southwestern France in 1864.
It fell on May 14, 1864, a few minutes after 20 local time, near Orgueil in souther...
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Avanhandava (meteorite)
Avanhandava is an H chondrite meteorite that fell to earth in 1952 in São Paulo, Brazil.A total of 9.33 kilograms (20.6 lb) of this meteorite was collected after it broke up during its impact wit...
Arbol Solo (meteorite)
Arbol Solo is an H chondrite meteorite that fell to earth on September 11, 1954 in the province of San Luis, Argentina.
It is classified as H5-ordinary chondrite.
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Kainsaz meteorite
Fifteen pieces of the Kainsaz meteorite were seen to fall near Kainsaz, Muslyumovo, Tatarstan in 1937-09-13. The largest weighed 102.5 kilograms (226 lb), the total weight was ~200 kilograms (440...
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Yamato 691
The Yamato 691 (abbreviated Y-691) is the 4.5 billion year old chondrite meteorite discovered by members of the Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition on the blue ice field of the Queen Fabiola Mounta...
Abee (meteorite)
Abee is an enstatite chondrite meteorite fell on 9 June 1952 in Alberta, Canada.
The Abee meteorite fell at 11:05 p.m. on 9 June 1952. A stone of 107 kilograms (236 lb) was recovered from 6&#...
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Bovedy (meteorite)
Bovedy is a meteorite which on April 25, 1969 fell in the area of Bovedy, Northern Ireland. It hit the earth after entering the atmosphere over the Bristol Channel, traversing Wales and the Irish Sea ...
Paragould meteorite
The Paragould Meteorite at 16 inches (410 mm) by 41 inches (1,000 mm) by 24 inches (610 mm) and weighing 370 kilograms (820 lb) is the second largest meteorite ever recovered in No...
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