Allegan, H5

Allegan’s a historic American fall from 1899.  It’s a fairly typical H-chondrite, with moderate porosity and well-defined chondrules. From Merrill and Stokes’ …

Allende, CV3.2

Allende is heralded as one of the largest recovered falls of the 20th century, and one of the most scientifically important and …

Breja, LL6

Breja is an odd fall that somehow escaped publication despite having a known find location, known fall date, and a fairly large …

Bruderheim, L6

The fall of the Bruderheim meteorite was accompanied by spectacular effects.  A complete account of the fall and its recovery can be …

Bunker Hill, L6

Meteoritical Bulletin entry for Bunker Hill. After we purchased the stone from Bob Haag in Tucson, local friend and meteorite hunter Robert …

Carancas, H4-5

The Carancas meteorite violently exploded when it made landfall just south of Lake Titicaca on September 15, 2007.  It is one of …

Chico Hills, H5

I don’t have much information on this rare find other than the original Meteoritical Bulletin No. 37. Here’s a 51 gram fusion-crusted …

Correo, H4

This strewn field from New Mexico has been producing finds for over thirty years.  The total known weight is still only a …

Dar al Gani 978, C3-ungrouped

This meteorite has several pairings, classified as CV3, CK3, and C3-ungrouped.  DaG 978 is officially listed as a C3-ungrouped.  We purchased and …