Orbit and dynamic origin of the recently recovered Annama's H5 chondrite

  title={Orbit and dynamic origin of the recently recovered Annama's H5 chondrite},
  author={J. Trigo-Rodr{\'i}guez and E. Lyytinen and M. Gritsevich and Manuel Moreno-Ib'anez and W. Bottke and I. Williams and V. Lupovka and V. Dmitriev and T. Kohout and V. Grokhovsky},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
We describe the fall of Annama meteorite occurred in the remote Kola Peninsula (Russia) close to Finnish border on April 19, 2014 (local time). The fireball was instrumentally observed by the Finnish Fireball Network. From these observations the strewnfield was computed and two first meteorites were found only a few hundred meters from the predicted landing site on May 29th and May 30th 2014, so that the meteorite (an H4-5 chondrite) experienced only minimal terrestrial alteration. The accuracy… Expand
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