Huckitta (meteorite)
Huckitta is a pallasite meteorite recovered in 1937 from Huckitta Cattle Station, Northern Territory, Australia.
In 1924 a meteoritic mass of 1,084 grams (38.2 oz) was found by Herbert Basedo...
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Karoonda meteorite
The Karoonda meteorite fell to earth on 25 November 1930 at 10:53 pm near the South Australian town of Karoonda.The CK chondrites were named for this meteorite.Adelaide residents reported a huge ball ...
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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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Millbillillie (meteorite)
Millbillillie meteorite is a meteorite named after the cattle station in Australia on which it fell in October 1960. It is classified as a eucrite achondrite, a kind of stony meteorite.
A fireball...
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Murchison meteorite
The Murchison meteorite is named after Murchison, Victoria, in Australia. It is one of the most studied meteorites due to its large mass (>100 kg), the fact that it was an observed fall, and t...
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Mundrabilla (meteorite)
Mundrabilla is an iron meteorite found in 1911 in Australia. This is one of the largest meteorites ever found: the Meteoritical Bulletin Database reports a total known weight of 24t and the main mass ...
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Cranbourne meteorite
Cranbourne meteorite is an octahedrite iron meteorite. It is the second largest meteorite found in Australia after the Mundrabilla meteorite, but at the time of discovery it was the largest iron meteo...
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