Meteorites recovered

Meteorites recovered

This list of recovered falls that have been instrumentally observed includes both DFN (Australia) events, as well as meteorite falls we have worked in collaboration with our Global Fireball Observatory partners.
Meteorite name Fall date Country State/Region Classification Meteoritical Bulletin(s),
Other references
Bunburra Rockhole July 21, 2007 Australia South Australia Brecciated achondrite MetBull
Bland et al. (2009) Science
Spurny et al. (2012) MAPS
Benedix, G. K. et al. (2017) GCA
Mason Gully April 13, 2010 Australia Western Australia H5 MetBull
Dyl et al.(2016) MAPS
Creston October 24, 2015 USA California L6 MetBull
Jenniskens et al. (2019) MAPS
Murrili November 27, 2015 Australia South Australia H5 MetBull
Sansom et al. (2020) MAPS
Anderson et al. (2021) MAPS
Dingle Dell October 31, 2016 Australia Western Australia L/LL5 MetBull
Devillepoix et al. (2018) MAPS
Arpu Kuilpu June 1, 2019 Australia South Australia H5 MetBull
Shober et al. (2022)
Puli ilkaringuru (aka. Mundrabilla Fault) † November 18, 2019 Australia Western Australia Press release
Madura Cave June 19, 2020 Australia Western Australia L5 MetBull
Press release
Devillepoix et al. (2022)
Winchcombe February 28, 2021 United Kingdom Gloucestershire CM2 MetBull
Press release
Kybo-Lintos † April 1, 2021 Australia Western Australia Press release
Anderson et al. (2022)
Taghzout † August 6, 2021 Morocco Fès-Meknès
Golden † October 4, 2021 Canada British Columbia Press release by Western university
†: provisional meteorite name, pending approval by the Meteorite Nomenclature Committee.