On December 15, the first day in the field, team A found the first four meteorites near Mount Cecily in the Grosvenor Mountains. One meteorite is described as ‘really sizable’.
Harvey R. P. Righter M. Karner J. M. Hynek B. Keller L. Meshik A. Mittlefehldt D. W. Radebaugh J. Rougeux B. Schutt J. W. 80th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society 2017 [#6113] abstract (PDF)
Last update: 19 January During this year’s very short ANSMET season a total of 219 meteorites, including a big ordinary chondrite, an iron specimen and several carbonaceous chondrites, have been found since January 7. The…
The ANSMET 2015 / 2016 Field Season has ended – 569 samples collected including a basketball-sized OC, a possible pallasite, and a possible howardite (updated: Jan 24)
Last update: January 24, 2016 On December 18 the search team found the first three meteorites. Additonal twelve meteorites were found on December 20, the second day of hunting. The next day several meteorites were…
562 meteorites have been collected during the 2014/2015 season. 60% of these were collected on the morains. Together with the meteorites from the 2013/2014 season, which have been stored in Antarctica for a year, almost…
The ANSMET 2014 / 2015 Field Season ended on 17 January 2015 488 meteorites have been collected
ANSMET 2014 / 2015 Field Season (488 meteorites found so far) 488 meteorites found so far (16th January) 119 meteorites found at a moraine, inofficially called ‘meteorite beach’.
ANSMET 2014 / 2015 Field Season (369 meteorites found so far) 369meteorites found so far (15th January)
340 meteorites found (11th January) Two recently found meteorites: Suspected carbonaceous chondrite found 11 January 2015 Source
almost 250 meteorites found so far (9th January)
>230 meteorites found so far (7th January)
187 meteorites found so far (4th January)
163 finds so far (31 st December) Suspected carbonaceous meteorite Suspected iron meteorite Find on 27th December Find on 24th December