On November 20, 2016, a bright daytime fireball split the sky above Aiquile, Bolivia. A local named Hugo Cardona quickly snagged a photo of the persistent train left in the sky.
Moments later, a 36 kilogram stone fell a few hundred meters from Calledonio Vizaga.
This 442 gram oriented nose-cone is one of the larger stones I’ve seen from the fall. It is also hands down the prettiest. Thick flow lines, froth, an iridescent trailing face, and a unique side of yellow, bubbly, tertiary crust on a trailing side make this one of the more interesting ordinary chondrite individuals I’ve seen.