Variability of Chelyabinsk meteoroid stones studied by Mössbauer spectroscopy and X-ray diffraction

M.I. Oshtrakha, A.A. Maksimova, A.V. Chukin, E.V. Petrova, P. Jenniskens, E. Kuzmann, V.I. Grokhovsky, Z. Homonnay, V.A.Semionkin Biomolecular Spectroscopy Volume 219, 5 August 2019, Pages 206-224 LINK “Highlights • The internal differences on a meter-size…

On the Existence of Meteoroid Groups, Containing Carbonaceous Chondrite Meteorites

N. A. Konovalova 48th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (2017), Abstract #1392 PDF

FRIPON camera network officially launched on May 31, 2016

last update: 10 June 2016 With two-thirds of the cameras installed the French camera network FRIPON was officially launched on May 31, 2016. The remaining cameras will be installed in the course of this year….

Mass Deficiency Problem in Large Meteorite Falls

N. A. Artemieva, V. V. Shuvalov 47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (2016), Abstract #1749 LINK

On the frequency of the superfireballs: more than 150 years of reports

Sandra Zamora, Fancisco Ocaña, Alejandro Sánchez de Miguel, Maruška Mole Proceedings of the IMC, Mistelbach, 2015 PDF (full text) abstract “Superfireballs are rare phenomena for which the reports are scarce and the estimation of their…

Possible meteorite fall near Aremark, Østfold, Norway on August 13, 2015?

Steinar Midtskogen of the Norsk Meteornettverk reports about a possible meteorite fall near Aremark, Østfold, Norway on August 13, 2015. Frequent search expeditions have so far not resulted in any finds. LINK VIDEO

Large daytime bolide above Si Sawat (ศรีสวัสดิ์) , Kanchanaburi, Thailand, September 7, ~ 8.41a.m. local time (updated: Aug 22)

Last update: Aug. 22, 2016 Meteorites are expected to have fallen in the Sai Yok ( ไทรโยค) or Si Sawat (ศรีสวัสดิ์) districts (Amphoe), Kanchanaburi province. Two possible fall areas could be around or between Khao…

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