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Dr. Marc Fries of NASA reviewed the data and noted, “It looks like it was a fairly massive fall.”
Download Dr. Marc Fries 3D Doppler data KMZ export here:
Pictured here is Roberto Vargas, with a large mass he recovered, weighing 309.6 grams. The meteorite material is stony, possibly L chondrite. At least 5 other masses have been recovered, ranging from 127 to 330 grams.
The main mass was found on the farm of Brad and Jolene Ward, about 8 km southeast of Muskogee, well inside the Strewnify search area. Click below to read the story!
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High Winds Affected this Fall
Due to high winds at the time of the fall (see Weather data below), the strewn field is a few miles east of the meteor path, and the strewn field is likely more than 2 miles wide. The posted maps comprehend the wind drift, but in the end, it makes the resulting search area larger.
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