Sprawozdanie z poszukiwań meteorytów w Oslo
Search report of meteorites in Oslo
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A piece of a meteorite that had crashed through the roof of a cottage house was find in the central Oslo quarter Rodelřkka at the beginning of March 2012. Some days later the second discovery in the melting snow of Ekebergsletta hilltop plateau triggered the hunting for meteorites in almost all sides of Oslo. The pieces of third meteorite broken by cars and spread out by snowplow was discovered on the asphalt road side by Maciek Burski, the member of Polish Meteoritical Society. Later on the missing fragments of the Maciek’s most east find was collected by Meteoritical Section members of Comet and Meteor Workshop (PKiM) with the help of local meteoritical authorities. The total mass of this unobserved fall is 6.22 kg in five pieces spread out in the eight km-long strewnfield with 200 g and 4.65 kg meteorites on the opposite ends. The Meteorite is not classified yet but unofficial information is “breccia H3-4”.
- Bilet M., 2012, Oslo-Meteoritten, Astronomi, Nr 4 Årg. 42, s. 10–13.
- Bilet M., 2012, Informacje o meteorycie Oslo na stronie http://www.geotop.no/
- Burski M., 2012, Oslo, marzec 2012, Meteoryt Nr 1 (81), s. 27–28.
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