Ensisheim meteorite

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The oldest meteorite whose fall can be dated with certainty. A fireball was observed over Battenheim on 1492 November 16, and after a violent explosion a 127-kg stone meteorite fell on the village of Ensisheim in Alsace. It is an ordinary chondrite of type LL6.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.

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