E's..ARN's History of Meteorites
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Eads........................................38'28.2' N., 102'49.6' W.
Kiowa County, Colorado USA
Found 1975
Ordinary chondrite (H4)
A 4.86kg stone was found in a corn field. Two additional stones were found
the one pictured here ia about 8 pounds . Shock stage S3 weathering W3.
Main mass Allen Shaw , Edwardsville , Kansas
Eagle.......................................40'46'54' N, 96'28'18' W
Cass County , Nebraska  USA
Found 1947 in the Spring              
Stone.  Enstatite chondrite  (EL6)
A single mass weighing 24 lbs was recovered from a Ploughed field.  
The stone was cut in 1984 and a total of 9.46 kg is now preserved.  
The stone may have fallen in october, 1946 when a bright meteor was 
seen in the area.

Eagle Station...............................38'37' N., 84'58' W.
Carroll County, Kentucky, U.S.A.
Found 1880
Stony-iron.  Pallasite (PAL).
A mass of about 80lb was found about 0.75 miles from Eagle Station.  
Analysis of metal, 15.37 %Ni, 4.54 ppm.Ga, 75.3 ppm.Ge, 10 ppm.  Ir. 

Eagles Nest
Central Australia
Found Summer 1960                           
Stone Olivine Achondrite (Brachinite)
A stone of 154 g was found by a prospector "next to an eagle's nest " 
in Central Australia.  It is an oriented meteotite with a complete fusion 
crust. Although there are mineralogical differences it is possible that it 
is another stone of Brachina which was found in Central Australia.  
The main mass was with Robert Haag .

East Norton.................................52'33' N., 0'50' W.
Leicestershire, England
Fell 1803, July 4
Doubtful..
A large stone is said to have fallen and done much damage,  but the 
evidence is not conclusive.

Eaton.......................................40'31' N., 104'41' W.
Weld County, Colorado, U.S.A.
Fell 1931, May 10, 1715 hrs
Pseudometeorite..
A copper nugget weighing 29.457g is reported to have been 
observed to fall.  This copper ,meteorite' is discredited, It contains  
33% Zn, small Pb inclusions and less than 0.1% Ni.  It is similar to
yellow brass, and distinct from native terrestrial copper and meteoritic 
copper, the latter having 0.4% to 2.4% Ni.

Edjudina....................................29'35'11' S., 122'10'54' E.
Edjudina Station, Leonora District, Western
Australia, Australia
Found 1969
Stone.  OHvine-bronzite chondrite (H4).
One crusted mass of 4.48kg was found by the Geological Survey of 
Western Australia at Edjudina station, about 80 miles N. of Kalgoorlie .

Edmond.....................................39'46' N., 99'55'W.
Norton County , Kansas, USA
Find 1983, August
Stone Chondrite Ordinary (H6)
Apx recovered weight 4 Kg.
A 4 Kg stone was found by Mr. Leo Moody while ploughing his farm.

Edmonson (a)...............................34'17' N., 101'50' W.
Hale County, Texas, U.S.A.
Found 1955, recognized 1965
Stone.  Olivine-hypersthene chondrite (L6).
One fractured mass of 12kg was ploughed up in a field .

Edmonson (b)................................34'17' N., 101'50' W. 
Hale County, Texas, U.S.A.
Found 1981, February
Stone.  Olivine-bronzite chondrite (H4).
A mass of 14.402kg was brought to the surface by ploughing .

Edmonton....................................53'35' N., 113'30' W.
Alberta, Canada
Found 1939, recognized in this year
Iron.  Hexahedrite (IIA).
One mass of 7.34kg was found. 
Analysis, 5.37 %Ni, 60.4 ppm.Ga, 172 ppm.Ge, 33 ppm.Ir .

Edmonton....................................37'2' N., 85'38' W.
Metcalfe County, Kentucky, U.S.A.
Found 1942
Iron.  Octahedrite, fine (0.32mm) (IIICD-ANOM).
A rusted mass of 10.2kg was ploughed up.
Analysis, 12.7 %Ni, 25.4 ppm.Ga, 34.6 ppm.Gc, 0.55 ppm.Ir .

Efremovka...................................52'30' N., 77' E.   
Pavlodar district, Kazakhstan SSR, USSR,
Found 1962, July
Stone.  Carbonaceous chondrite, type III (CV3).
A mass of 21kg was found, Meteor. Analysis, 25.98 % total iron .

Egvekinot...................................66'48' N., 178'12' E.   
Egvekinot, Chukotka, Magadan, USSR,
Found 1970, July
Iron.  Octahedrite, fine (0.2mm) (IIE).
Fragments, totalling 8-10kg, were found in alluvium in a stream valley.  
Two fragments,  of 2275g and 1260g, were received by the Committee  
on Meteorites of the Academy of Sciences, Moscow in  1975.  
Analysis, 13.3 %Ni, 19 ppm.Ga, 70 ppm.Ge, 0.05 ppm.Ir .

Ehole......................................17'18' S., 15'50' E.   
Cunene, Angola
Fell 1961, August 31, 1645 hrs, approx. time
Stone.  Olivine-bronzite chondrite (H5).
Two masses fell at Ehole, near the village of Namacunda. One mass 
of 2.4kg was sent to tne Smithsonian Astrophysical observatory, and  
1.53kg from this mass was transferred to the U.S.  National  Museum.   
Analysis, 27.35 % total iron.

Eichsteadt..................................48'54' N., 11'13' E.
Middle Franconia, Bayern, Germany
Fell 1785, February 19, 1215 hrs
Stone.  Olivine-bronzite chondrite (H5).
A stone of about 3kg was seen to fall, after detonations, in the district 
of Wittmess, 5 miles from Eichstiidt.  The specimens previously in 
Miinich and Budapest have been destroyed.

Ekeby.......................................56'2' N., 13'0' E.
Skane, Sweden
Fell 1939, April 5, 0612 hrs, U.T.
Stone.  Olivinc-bronzitc chondrite (H4).
After three detonations, a stone of 33I0g fell , a fragment of 26g fell 
eight metres away.

Ekh Khera...................................28'16' N., 78'47' E.
Bisauli tahsil, Budaun district, Uttar Pradesh, India
Fell 1916, April 5, 0230 hrs
Stone.  Olivine-bronzite chondrite (H), veined.
After detonations and the appearance of a fireball on April 5 a stone 
of about Mg was found on April 21 .

El Atchane..................................012 30°07.596' N, 4°43.064' E
Algeria
Found 2002 December 23
Enstatite chondrite (EL6)
Two stones, totaling 331 g, were found by A. Goueslain and J. L.
Parodi while searching for meteorites. The outer part is very
oxidized, with neither metal nor sulfide left, but the interior is
little altered. Classification and mineralogy (M. Bourot-Denise,
MNHNP): rare chondrule relics, metal and sulfide are
heterogeneously distributed, probably due to shock effects.
Enstatite, Fs0.6 Wo1.7. Kamacite contains 0.9 wt% Si. Graphite
rosettes and oldhamite needles are common in metal. The most
abundant sulfides are troilite (1.4 wt% Cr, 0.6 wt% Ti), then
alabandite; troilite contains abundant daubréelite in cleavages.
Shocked, weathering grade W2. Specimens: type specimen 21.4
g, MNHNP; main mass with finders. 

Elba........................................39'50' N., 103'13' W.
Washington County, Colorado, U.S.A.
Found 1966, recognized 1967                
Stone.  Olivine-bronzite chondrite (H5).
One half of an oriented individual was ploughed up.  It weighed 
4.174kg .

Elbert ......................................39°14.8' N, 104°35.29' W
Elbert County, Colorado, USA
Fell 1998 January 11
Ordinary chondrite (LL6)
A fireball was observed over Elbert County and reported in several
local newspapers. A single 680.5 g stone was found in a field on
2000 March 4, by Dustin Riffel, a five year-old boy, while walking
with his mother on their family property. Classification (A. Rubin,
UCLA): Olivine, Fa30.5±0.44, shock stage S2, weathering grade W0.
Specimens: type specimen, 19 g, UCLA; main mass with Riffel family.

El Blida 001-002

Elbogen.....................................50'11' N., 12'44' E
Zapadocesky, Czechoslovakia
Fell 1400,
recognized 1811 or 1812
Iron.  Octahedrite, medium (0.75mm) (IID).
A mass of about 107kg was preserved for centuries at the Rathhaus of 
Elbogen and was known as 'the bewitched burgrave'; mentioned in 
1785.  Recognized as meteoritic, Part, if not all, of the mass has been 
artificially heated and some forged .
Analysis, 10.2 %Ni, 74.5 ppm.Ga, 87 ppm.Ge, 14 ppm.Ir .

El Burro....................................29'20' N., 101'50'
Coahuila, Mexico
Found 1939
Iron.  Octahedrite, coarsest (10mm) (IIB).
A 79lb mass was found near El Burro hills.  A mass that was in H.H. 
Nininger's collection said to come from 'El  Burro, Val  Verde  County, 
Texas'.  It is clearly part of this fall.  The El Burro range is just across  
the Rio Grande from Val erde County. 
Analysis, 5.9 %Ni, 58.1 ppm.Ga, 167 ppm.Ge, 0.059 ppm.Ir .

El Capitan..................................33'30' N., 105'30' W.    
Lincoln County, New Mexico, U.S.A.
Found 1893
Iron.  Octahedrite, medium (1.1mm) (IIIB).
A mass of about 27.5kg was found in 1893, and may have fallen in 
July 1882, as a fireball was seen to fall behind the El CapitanRange. 
Analysis, 8.56 %Ni, 21.5 ppm.Ga, 45.1 ppm.Ge, 0. 11 ppm.Ir.  The 
main mass was in the Howell collection in 1895.  Heavily corroded, not 
a recent fall .

El Carmen...................................26'52' N., 105'14' W.
El Carmen, Chihuahua, Mexico
Found 1987
Stone Olivine-bronzite chondrite   (H6)
A single mass of 629 g was found 2 km NW of El Carmen during a 
search for meteorites within the Allende strewnfield .

El Chiflon..................................29'26' S., 66'50' W.   
La Rioja, Argentina
Found
Iron?.  Hexahedrite?.
Listed, without details .

El Djouf 001................................23'26'N., 1'25'W.
Tanzerouft , Adrar , Algeria
Find 1989, Octomber
Stone Chondrite , Carbonaceous (CR2) W2, S3
Apx. recovered weight 1250 g
Acfer 059

Elenovka....................................47'50' N., 37'40' E.
Donetsk region, Ukraine, USSR, 
Fell 1951, October 17, 1630 hrs
Stone.  Olivine-hypersthene chondrite (L5).
Eight stones and fragments fell near Elenovka railway station, and 
54.64kg were collected .

El Faiyum...................................29'17'N, 30'51'E
Egypt
Found 1993
Ordinary chondrite (H5)
One piece of 73.5g was found on sandy soil. Main mass Swiss 
Meteorite Lab.

Elga........................................64'42' N., 141'12' E. 
Yakutia, Federated SSR, USSR,
Found 1959, August 28
Iron.  Octahedrite with silicate inclusions (IIE).
One mass of 28.8kg was found.  
Analysis, 7.98 %Ni, 24.1 ppm,Ga, 72.4 ppm.Ge, 4 ppm.Ir .
El Golea....................................30'01' N, 2'59' E
Algeria
Found 1990
Ordinary chondrite   (L6)
Two fragments totalling 823 g were found. Contains shock veins.

El Gouanem.................................... 30º6' N, 6º51' W
Morocco
Found 2000 April
Achondrite (ureilite)
A 2100 g stone was found by a person prospecting for meteorites.
Mineralogy and classification (J. Barrat, UAng; P. Gillet, ENSL):  has
typical ureilitic texture and fabric; olivine cores, Fo76.77; graphite
and diamond were observed by Raman spectrometry.  Specimens:
22 g plus thin section, ENSL; main mass with anonymous finder.
Fengzhen, classification
The Fengzhen iron from China has been classified as group IIIAB by R.
Bartoschewitz (Bart) and B. Spettel (MPI):  bulk metal composition, Ni
= 7.5 wt%, Cu = 117 ppm, Ga = 44 ppm, Ir = 0.61 ppm, Au = 0.79 ppm.
Based on compositional data and similar find locations, it seems likely
that Fengzhen is paired with the Liangcheng IIIAB iron.

El Hammami..................................23'17' N., 10'49' W.
Tiris Zemmour, Mauritania
Found 1997
Ordinary chondrite (H5)
In January 1997 , an unknown mass of material , possibly broken 
apart from a single large stone, was sold to meteorite collectors by
Nomads near the town of Mhamid , Moroco; The nomads claim that this 
meteorite was found to the south , in Algeria , in the direction of 
a fireball seen in January 1995. 

Elida.......................................33'47' N., 103'34'36' W.
Roosevelt County, New Mexico, U.S.A.
Found    1968
Stone.  Chondrite.
Three Elida meteorites are listed; Elida (a) of 936.8g, Elida (b) of 
537.8g (found  at  33'55'N., 103'31'6'W.) and Elida (c) of 385.5g  
(found at 33'47'24'N., 103'33'48'W.).  Elida (c) is an H5 chondrite.

El Idrissia .................................34°25' N, 2°75' E
Djelfa, Algeria
Fell 1989 March 10
Ordinary chondrite (L6)
After a sonic boom was heard, three pieces of a meteorite were
recovered by the police and Bounatiro Lout (an astrophysicist at
CRAAG).  The total known mass is ~10 kg with each of the pieces
weighing between 2 and 4 kg.  The meteorite fell near the village of
El Idrissia on the desert platform with the nearest town being Ain
Lahdjar. Classification and mineralogy (Mounia  Messaoudi, IST-
A160 Russell et al.
USTHB; M. Bourot-Denise, MNHNP, B. Devouard, OPGC): olivine,
Fa25.3, and pyroxene, Fs18.8, S2 and W1.  Specimens: type specimen,
150 g, IST-USTHB and 2 kg, CRAAG; main mass, unknown.

Eli Elwah...................................34'30' S., 144'43' E.
Hay, New South Wales, Australia
Found    1888
Stone.  Olivinc-hypersthenc chondrite (L6).
A mass of about 33.5lb was found 15 miles W. of Hay .

Elkhart.....................................37'1' N., 101'53' W.
Morton County, Kansas, U.S.A.
Found    1936
Stone.  Ofivine-bronzite chondrite (H5).
A mass of 573g was found .

Ella Island.................................72'53' N., 25'7' W.
Solitairebught, Greenland
Found    1971
Stone.  Olivine-hypersthene chondrite (L6).
A stone of about 3kg was found on a glacial surfalet NW. of Ella Island 
station, north Greenland.  A 715g fragment from the mass was 
donated to the Department of Geology, Univ. of Iowa.  A second 
stone, .5kg, was found in 1975.

Ellemeet....................................51'45' N., 4' E.  
Isle of Schouwen, Zeeland, Holland
Fell 1925, August 28, 1130 hrs
Stone.  Achondrite, Ca-poor.  Diogenite (ADIO).
After the appearance of a fireball and detonation, at least two stones 
fell, one of 970g and the other of 500g.  The 500g stone was left 
where it fell and in 1927 had decomposed to a powdery mass. 

Ellerslie...................................28'54' S., 146'46' E.
Tego, Maranoa, Queensland, Australia
Found 1905, known in this year
Stone.  Olivine-hypersthene chondrite (L5).
One stone of 22.5lb was found about 80 miles N. of Bourke,
New South Wales, just across the Queensland border. 

Ellicott....................................38'48'28' N., 104'34'10' W.
El Paso County, Colorado, U.S.A.
Found 1960, between 1960 and 1964, recognized 1973
Iron.  Octahedrite, medium (0.78mm) (IA).
Two masses of about 19lb and 15.5lb, (totalling 15.7kg), were found in 
a dry creek bed, Distinct from Franceville .
Analysis, 8.0 %Ni,  57  ppm.Ga,  252 ppm.Ge, 3.4 ppm. Ir.

Ellis County................................38'47' N., 99'20' W. 
Kansas, U.S.A.
Found 1948, or 1949
Stone.  Olivine-bronzite chondrite (H6).
A single mass of 4.692kg was ploughed up about 6.5 miles south of 
Hays, Ellis County.

Ellisras....................................23'50' S., 27'55' E.
Near Ellisras village, Transvaal, South Africa
Found 1970, approx., recognized 1981
Iron.  Octahodrite, mcdium.
A single mass of 2.066kg was found on Ventershoek 579 LQ
farm, about 27 km SE. of Ellisras village.  A similar but larger 
specimen was reported to have been found in the same area two 
years earlier but its present whereabouts are not known.

El Marplatense..............................37'59' S., 57'38' W.
Buenos Aires province, Argentina
Pseudometeorite..
A mass reported to have fallen on a garage roof on
November 16, 1947 is a sedimentary rock.

Elm Creek...................................38'30' N., 96'12' W.   
Admire, Lyon County, Kansas, U.S.A.
Found 1906
Stone.  Olivine-bronzite chondrite (H4).
A mass of 7kg was ploughed up 3 miles NNE. of Admire, K.S.
The analysis shows no alkalies and is doubtful.

El Mirage...................................33'41' N., 112'16' W.
Maricopa County, Arizona, U.S.A.
Found 1972
Iron.  Hexahedrite (IIA).
A mass of iron, 598g, was found in the desert at approximately Sect. 
16, township 4N, range IE.  
Analysis, 5.63 %Ni, 57.7 ppm.Ga, 185 ppm.Ge, 6.1 ppm. Ir.

El Mirage Dry Lake 001 ......................34º39.26' 117º35.783'
Dry lake San Bernardino, CA 10/14/2000 .
H5 S3 W2 18.6 ± 0.3 . Paul Harris 0.3 LA15

El Mirage Dry Lake 002 ......................34º38.8' 117º34.865'
Dry Lake San Bernardino, CA  3/17/2001 . 
H4 S1 W4 18.4 ± 0.4 . Anonymous 3 LA13

El Paso.....................................31'47' N., 106'14' W.   
El Paso County, Texas, U.S.A.
Found 1950
Stone.  Olivine-hypersthene chondrite, amphoterite (LL4).
A single stone of 276g was found on the surface among sand
dunes about 40km E. of El Paso.  The composition of the olivine is 
consistent with classification as an amphoterite.

El Perdido.................................38'41' S.,  61'6' W.
between Irene and Dorrego, Bahia Blanca, Argentina
Found    1905
Stone.  Olivine-bronzite chondrite (H5).
A stone of about 30.25kg was ploughed up.  Has been considered 
identical with Indio Rico .

El Pozo.....................................26º56'N 105º24'W 
Chihuahua, Mexico 
Found 1998 summer 
Ordinary chondrite (L5) 
Two pieces totaling 460 g were found by Sr. Manuel Flores Navarro while he was plowing. 
Classification and mineralogy (G. Sánchez-Rubio and A. M. Reyes-Salas, CU): 
olivine, Fa23.6; pyroxene, Fs22.2. 
Specimens:location of main mass unknown; type specimen, CU.

El Qoseir...................................26'17' N., 34'15' E.
Egypt
Found 1921
Iron.  Ataxite, Ni-rich (IRANOM).
A mass of 2405g was picked up 15km S. of Qoseir  on the Red Sea  
coast.  Chemically anomalous, analysis, 13.19  %Ni, 6.15 ppm.Ga, 
11.7  ppm.Ge,  5.5  ppm.Ir .

El-Quss Abu Said............................27º18.85'N 27º57.88'E 
Al Wadi al Jadid, Egypt 
Found 1999 August 24 
Carbonaceous chondrite (CM2) 
Two stones that fit together, total mass 53.1 g, were found in the desert 
by a person hunting for meteorites.
Classification and analysis (J. Otto and A. Ruh, Frei): 
olivine, Fa9.4, range Fa0.3-56; pyroxene, Fs1.5Wo1.6 range
Fs0.5-10.4; shock stage, S1; weathering grade, W0; 
Specimens: main mass with anonymous finder; type specimen,Frei.

Elqui
Unknown location in Chile
Recognized before 1990
Iron, hexahedrite (IIAB)
A 260g iron was found in the mineral collection of Antonio
Alphonso when this was purchased. Analysis 5.96% Ni.

El Rancho Grande............................37' N., 105' W.   
Colfax County, New Mexico, U.S.A.
Found  1954
Stony-iron.  Pallasite (PAL).
A 7.9g is in the Albuquerque, Univ. of New Mexico.

El Sampal...................................44'32' S., 70'22' W.
Nueva Lubuka, Chubut, Argentina
Found  1973                    
Iron.  Octahedrite, medium (0.95mm) (IIIA).
An individual of 142kg was found, partly buried in soil, about 20km E. 
of the town of Nueva Lubuka. Analysis, 8.9 %Ni, 0.48 %Co, 0.28 %P.

El Simbolar.................................30'38' S., 64'53' W.
Cruz del Eje, Cordoba, Argentina
Found  1938
Iron.  Octahedrite, coarse.
A mass of 40kg was found.  Analysis, 6.29 %Ni .

Elsinora....................................29'27' S., 143'36' E.
Delalah County, New South Wales, Australia
Found  1922
Stone.  Olivine-bronzite chondrite (H5), veined.
A stone of about 12 X 6 inches was found on Elsinora station; two 
fragments, totalling 1797g have been preserved.

Eltanin.....................................57'00' S.,  89'29' W.
SE Pacific Ocean
Found September 1981
Stony iron. Probably a mesosiderite
More than 25 small basaltic fragments with a total mass of about 100 
mg were found in Ir rich sediments associated with impact melt in two 
USNS Eltanin deep sea sediment piston cores.

El Tigre ...................................19°58'2" N, 103°3'6" W
Jalisco, Mexico
Fell 1993 December 23
Ordinary chondrite (L6)
Three stones, weighing ~5 kg, fell near the village of El Tigre.  A
fireball was witnessed in Puerto Vallarta and along a line in an east-
southeast direction. Three stones were recovered several days later
in a farmer's field.  One stone (328 g) was purchased by a collector in
1994, location of the other two stones is unknown.  Classification
and mineralogy (T. Bunch and J. Wittke, NAU):  olivine, Fa24.6;
plagioclase, An12.  Shock stage, S2; weathering grade, W0.
Specimens:  type specimen, 19.2 g and one thin section at NAU;
remainder of this stone with anonymous collector.

El Timbu....................................33'7' S., 60'58' W.
San Lorenzo department, Santa Fe, Argentina
Found  1942
Iron.
A mass of approximately 500kg was found.

Elton.......................................33'43' N., 100'50' W.
Dickens  County,  Texas,  U.S.A.
Found 1936, approx., recognized 1938
Iron.  Anomalous (IRANOM).
A mass of 1.9kg was found. 
Analysis, 6.97 %Ni, 46.3 ppm.Ga, 165 ppm.Ge, 0.053 ppm. Ir.

Elyria.....................................38'16'48' N., 97'21'54' W.
McPherson County, Kansas, U.S.A.
Found 1971
Iron.  Octahedrite, medium (IIIA).
One mass of 10.9kg, encased in a 4-5mm layer of oxide, was
ploughed up .

Emery.......................................43'33'48' N., 97'35'0' W.
Hanson County, South Dakota, U.S.A.
Found 1962, approx., recognized 1968
Stony-iron.  Mesosiderite            
One mass of 16.7kg was found in a pile of stones cleared
from a field.  It lay in a farmyard from about 1962 until 1968.
Analysis of metal, 7.0 %Ni, 11.5 ppm.Ga, 47.1 ppm.Ge, 2.4 ppm. Ir.

Emesa.......................................34'44' N., 36'42' E
Homs, Syria
Doubtful..
The sacred object at Emesa (the modem Homs) was probably 
meteoritic,  but the evidence is not conclusive.

Emmaville...................................29'28' S., 151'37' E
County Gough, New South Wales, Australia
Fell 1900
Stone.  Achondrite, Ca-rich.  Eucrite (AEUC).
A stone of 127g was found .

Emmitsburg..................................39'43' N., 77'18' W.
Frederick County, Maryland, U.S.A.
Found     1854
Iron.  Octahedrite, medium (l.0mm) (IIIA).
A mass of about 1lb was found, and passed into the possession of Dr. 
J.R. Chilton of New York, from whom S.C.H. Bailey obtained 
specimens.  Some specimens attributed to this fall are mis-labelled .

Emsland.....................................53'6' N., 7'12' E.
Niedersachsen, Germany
Found     1940
Iron. Octahedrite, medium  (0.90mm)  (IRANOM).
A mass of 19kg was found near the village of Brahe on the Ems.  One  
side shows shows natural Widmanstetter figures, evidently due to 
etching by soil acids.  
Analysis, 9.40 %Ni, 2.90 ppm.Ga, 35.0 ppm.Ge, 2.9  ppm.Ir .

Enigma......................................31'20' N., 82'19' W.
Berrien County, Georgia, U.S.A.
Found 1967, first reported  in  this  year
Stone.  Olivine-bronzite  chondrite  (H4).

Enon........................................39'52' N., 83'57' W.
Clarke County, Ohio, U.S.A.
Found 1883, approx., recognized 1938
Stony-iron.  Mesosiderite, anomalous (MESANOM).
A mass of 763g,  Although it is texturally similar to the mesosiderites, 
the plagioclase is sodic oligoclase and not calcic bytownite, as in most 
mesosiderites.

Enshi.......................................30'18' N., 109'30' E.
Bajiao, Hubei, China
Fell 1974, December 26, 1530 hrs
Stone.  Olivine-bronzite  chondrite  (H5).
Several stones fell, totalling over 8kg, the largest piece recovered  
weighing  4.5kg.  Analysis, 29.84 % total iron.

Ensisheim...................................47'52'  N., 7'21' E.
Alsace,  France
Fell 1492, November 16, 1130 hrs    
Stone.  Olivine-hypersthene  chondrite, amphoteri (LL6),
A stone of about 127kg fell, after detonations, and was preserved for a 
long time in the parish church of Ensisheim.
 
Ephesus....................................37'57' N., 27'23' E.
Turkey
Doubtful..
The famous sacred object, 'Diana of the Ephesians' , may have been a  
meteorite, but the evidence is not conclusive.  

Epinal......................................48'11' N.,  6'28' E.
Vosges, France
Fell 1822, September 13, 0700 hrs
Stone.  Olivine-bronzite chondrite (H5).
A stone of "about the size of a 6lb cannon ball" was seen to fall, after 
detonations, during a " thunder storm", in the parish of La Baffe, 6 
miles from epinal .

Erakot......................................19'2' N., 81'53'30' E.
Jagdalpur tahsil, Bastar district, Madhya Pradesh, India
Fell 1940, June 22, 1700 hrs
Stone.  Carbonaceous chondrite, type 11 (CM2).
One stone of 113g was recovered. Analysis, 22.42 % total iron.

Erevan......................................40'18' N., 44'30' E.
Erevan, Armenian SSR, USSR, 
Fell 1911, or 1912
Stone.  Achondrite, Ca-rich. Howardite (AHOW).
A single mass weighing 107.2g was recovered soon after its
fall near the town of Erevan.

Ergheo.....................................1'10' N., 44'10' E.
Brava, Somalia
Fell 1889, July, before the full moon
Stone.  Olivine-hypersthene chondrite (L5).
A stone of about 20kg was seen to fall, but was left for five
years lying in the ground.   Shock-metamorphism .

Erie........................................40'1'54' N., 105'3'24' W.
Weld County, Colorado, U.S.A.
Found 1965, July 15, approx.
Stone.  Olivine-hypersthene chondrite (L6).
A mass of 3.3kg was found at a site with the above coordinates, just 
over the border into Boulder County .  

Erldunda...................................25'17'47.3'S, 133'12'0.2E
North Territory, Australia
Found 1992
Ordinary chondrite (H5)
Four fragments weighing 190g were found
Main mass and information Blaine Reed .

Ermendorf...................................51'18' N., 13'33' E.
Grossenhain, Dresden, Germany
Fell 1677, May 28, afternoon
Doubtful.  Stone.
Many small stones are said to have fallen, blue and green, soluble in 
acid, and containing much copper, evidence is not conclusive.  The 
latitude and longitude cited are those of Grossenhain Ermendorf was 
not located.

Erofeevka...................................51'52' N., 70'21' E.
North Kazahk, Kazakhstan SSR, USSR,
Found 1937, may have fallen in 1925, February 8 or 9.
Stone.  Olivine-bronzite chondrite (H4), black.
A stone of 1771.9g was found.  Analysis, 27.15 % total iron .

Erxleben....................................52'13' N., 11'15' E.
Magdeburg, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany
Fell 1812, April 15, 1600 hrs
Stone.  Olivine-bronzite chondrite (H6).
A stone of about 2.25kg fell, after detonations, between
Magdeburg and Helmstedt.

Escalon.....................................27'0'N, 104'0'W
Chihuahua, Mexico
Found 1979
Ordinary chondrite (H4)
A stone of 54.3g was found by Dr. Luis Maeda-Villalobos under 
unknown circumstances.  

Esnandes....................................46'15' N., 1'6' W.
Charente Maritime, France
Fell 1837, August
Stone.  Olivine-bronzite chondrite (H6)
A stone of about 1.5kg fell, Very little preserved in collections. 

Esperance...................................33'52' S, 121'55' E
El Golea, Algeria
Found 1991  October
Ordinary chondrite   (L or LL3)
A mass of 397 was found by prospector on a flat plain about 200m 
east of Highway # 1.  Main mass David New .  

Espiritu Santo..............................20'0' N., 102'11' W.
Michoacan, Mexico
Found
Iron.  Octahedrite, fine (0.65mm).
The specimen in Chicago was chiselled from some larger mass, 
almost certainly Chupaderos. 

Esquel......................................42'54' S., 71'20' W.
Chubut, Argentina
Found 1951, before this year
Stony-iron.  Pallasite (PAL).               
A mass of 1500kg was found embedded in the soil.  Analysis of metal, 
8.50 %Ni, 21.5 ppm.Ga, 55.5 ppm.Ge, 0.023 ppm.Ir.  Main mass, 
Buenos Aires,is in the possession of the finder.

Essebi......................................2'53' N., 30'50' E.
Aru, Haut Zaire, Zaire
Fell 1957, July 28, 0720 hrs
Stone.  Carbonaceous chondrite, type II (CM2).
A stone fell in the region of Essebi, about 25km W. of Aru.
Analysis, 20.24 % total iron .

Estacado....................................33'54' N., 101'45' W.
Hale County, Texas, U.S.A.
Found 1883
Stone.  Olivine-bronzite chondrite (H6).
A stone of 290kg was found in 1883, twelve miles S. of Hale
Center; (with improbably high alkalies). Analysis, 27.88 % total iron .

Estes Park..................................40'23' N., 105'31' W.
Larimer County, Colorado, U.S.A.
Pseudometeorite..
Titaniferous magnetite  sand .

Estherville.................................43'25' N., 94'50' W.
Emmet County, Iowa, U.S.A.
Fell 1879, May 10, 1700 hrs              
Stony-iron.  Mesosiderite 
Several large masses, of total weight of over 700lb, the two largest 
weighing about 437lb and 15llb respectively, and hundreds of small 
fragments of nickel iron, fell, after detonations and the appearance of a 
brilliant fireball.  Analysis of metal, 9.0 %Ni, 9.0 ppm.Ga, 52.3 
ppm.Ge, 2.7 ppm.Ir.  The location of the 150lb mass is unknown.  A 
125lb mass, labelled 'Estherville', and formerly in the Univ. of 
Minnesota, is now in Washington (U.S.  Nat. Mus.); cutting showed it 
to be "clearly a Canyon Diablo type meteorite".  The 437lb mass was 
divided between the London, Paris and Vienna museums. My specimen

Ethiudna....................................31'59' S., 139'46' E.
County Lytton, South Australia, Australia
Found 1977, February 20
Stone.  Olivine-hypersthene chondrite (L).
A single mass of 74.318kg was found 6.8km NNW. of Ethiudna Hill 
and NW. of Plumbago station.  Possibly related to Crocker's  Well ,  
74.3kg, held by the finder.

Etosha......................................18'30' S., 16' E.   
Ovamboland, Namibia
Found
Iron.  Octahedrite, medium (IC).
A mass of 110.7kg was found near the Etosha Game Reserve, NW. of 
Tsumeb, and presented to the Department of Geology, Univ. of 
Potchefstroom.   Has cohenite inclusions with unusual morphologies 
and pencil-shaped troilite nodules.  
Analysis, 6.85 %Ni, 48.9 ppm.Ga, 217 ppm.Ge, 0.10  ppm.Ir.

Etter.......................................35'59' N., 101'54' W.
Moore County, Texas, U.S.A.
Found 1965, recognized 1966                 
Stone.  Olivine-bronzite chondrite (H6).
Four individuals and one fragment, of total weight 153.3kg,
were ploughed up .

Euclid......................................47'57.5' N., 96'42'W.
Polk County, Minnesota, USA
Found July 1970
Ordinary chondrite (H5)
A 2.5 Kg stone was found in a field by Mr. dan Kopecky and kept for
26 years in a coffee can. Dan Kopecky, RR1, Box 120B, Euclid, MN 56722

Eunice......................................34'28'12' N., 101'45'30' W.
Swisher County, Texas, U.S.A.
Found    1961
Stone.  Olivine-bronzite chondrite (H)
A stone of 2.3kg was ploughed up in a wheat field.

Eustis......................................28'50' N., 81'41' W.
Lake County, Florida, U.S.A.
Found    1918
Stone.  Olivine-bronzite chondrite (H4).
A stone of 502g was ploughed up .

Eva.........................................36'12' N., 101'54'30' W.
Texas County, Oklahoma, U.S.A.
Found 1965, or 1966, recognized 1970
Stone.  Olivine-bronzite chondrite (H5), polymict breccia.
One fragment of 6.7kg, probably representing less than half
the parent mass, was found .