Allende - (CV3, Mexico, Feb 08, 1969) - the first major carbonaceous meteorite fall.
Barwell - (L5, Great Britain, Christmas Eve 1965) - the only meteorite ever to fall on Christmas.
Battle Mountain - (L6, August 22, 2012) - recovered from the remote Nevada Mountains.
Bjurbole - (L/LL4, Finland, 1899) - historic Finland fall of a rare petrologic type.
Cali - (H/L4, Colombia, July 06, 2007) - rare type hammer fall, struck a house.
Cali Impact Tile - impact artifact ceiling tile sample from the Melecio household.
Carancas - (H4-5, Peru, Sept 15, 2007) - impact created a large crater and damaged homes.
Chelyabinsk - (LL5, Russia, Feb 15, 2013) - world-famous impact shockwave that damaged an entire city.
Chelyabinsk Glass - shattered window glass broken by the Chelyabinsk shockwave.
Elenovka - (L5, Ukraine, Oct 17, 1951) - rare historic Ukraine fall in an area now wracked by civil war.
Gao Guenie - (H5, Burkina Faso, 1960) - thousands of stones rained down on villages.
Berduc - (L6, Argentina, Apr 07, 2008) - terrifying meteorite fall that damaged many homes.
Holbrook - (L/LL6, Arizona, July 19, 1912) - historic shower pelted a small town, rare type.
Indian Butte - (H5, Arizona, June 07, 1998) - recent recovery from the "Casa Grande" fireball.
Juancheng - (H5, China, Feb 15, 1997) - a witnessed hammer fall from 1997 that hit a house and landed in a cookpot on the stove.
Katol - (L6, India, May 22, 2012) - anomalous green meteorite, witnessed hammer fall struck a building.
Kilabo - (LL6, Nigeria, July 21, 2002) - spectacular widely-witnessed fall and crater-maker.
Kunya Urgench - (H5, Turkmenistan, Jun 20, 1998) - big whistling daytime fireball and crater-maker.
Leedey - (L6, Oklahoma, Nov 25, 1942) - meteorite recovered by the legendary Harvey Nininger.
Mreira - (L6, Mauritania, Dec 16, 2012) - daytime fireball witnessed by school children.
New Orleans - (H5, New Orleans, Sep 23, 2003) - a witnessed hammer fall that struck a house and destroyed a desk.
Nkayi - (L6, Zimbabwe, March 01, 2009) - most of the meteorite was eaten by villagers.
Norton County - (AUB, Kansas, Feb 18, 1948) - historic world's largest aubrite fall.
Noyan-Bogdo - (L6, Mongolia, Sept 1933) - very rare witnessed fall from Mongolia in 1933.
Oued el Hadjar - (L3.8, Morocco, March 1986) - was sacrificed on a wedding altar.
Ouadangou - (L5, Mali, November 2003) - stones broken into pieces and eaten by locals.
Park Forest - (L5, Illinois, March 26, 2003) - spectacular hammer fall damaged homes and cars.
Tatahouine - (Diogenite, June 27, 1941) - Historic and unusual green meteorite from asteroid Vesta.
Saratov - (L4, Russia, Sep 06, 1918) - historic fall that is rich in chondrules.
Sulagiri - (LL6, India, Sept 12, 2008) - fragile stones fell over a large populated area.
Suizhou - (L6, China, April 15, 1986) - widely-witnessed daytime fireball and widespread fall.
Tamdakht - (H5, Morocco, Dec 20, 2008) - witnessed and recovered from the High Atlas Mountains by nomads.
Xining - (L5, China, Feb 11, 2012) - recent fall seen by thousands of witnesses in China.
Zag - (H3-6, Morocco, Aug 4/5, 1998) - one of only two meteorites to contain water and salt.
Sikhote Alin - (Iron meteorite, Feb 12, 1947) - Historic massive iron meteorite fall over Russia.
Berthoud - (eucrite, Oct 05, 2004) - Vestan eucrite fall that landed in a Colorado horse pen.