[meteorite-list] Kola peninsula meteorites found

From: Galactic Stone & Ironworks <meteoritemike_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Tue, 1 Jul 2014 13:17:02 -0400
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Hi Steinar and Listees,

The Google translation of the Finnish press release said one of the
meteorites was given the field name "Annama" after a nearby river
where it was found? Is this also the "unofficial" or generic field
name that is being used for this meteorite fall?

Congratulations to the team of finders and congrats to the Finnish
Fireball Network for imaging the bolide! :)

PS - I have updated the tally of 21st century falls to reflect the new
recovery - http://www.galactic-stone.com/pages/falls

Best regards and happy huntings,

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On 7/1/14, Steinar Midtskogen via Meteorite-list
<meteorite-list at meteoritecentral.com> wrote:
> Ural Federal University news: http://urfu.ru/en/news/news/5444/
> Norwegian Meteor Network: http://norskmeteornettverk.no/wordpress/?p=1612
> (Norwegian)
> T?hdet ja avaruus:
> http://www.avaruus.fi/uutiset/aurinkokunnan-pienkappaleet/suomen-tulipalloverkon-ensimmainen-meteoriitti-loytyi-itarajan-takaa.html
> (Finnish)
> Ursa press release: https://www.ursa.fi/index.php?id=6404 (Finnish)
> --
> Steinar
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Received on Tue 01 Jul 2014 01:17:02 PM PDT

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