The Bondoc meteorite was first recovered by Dr. Harvey Nininger on an expedition to the Philippines that reads like an adventure novel. It was classified as a rare mesosiderite type B4. It is one of only three known meteorites of this type.
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From the Meteoritical Bulletin entry on Bondoc :
NEW BONDOC PENINSULA STONY-IRON METEORITE, THE PHILIPPINES
Name: BONDOC PENINSULA.
The place of fall or discovery: Bondoc Peninsula, Luzon Island, the Philippines.
Date of fall or discovery: FOUND, 1956.
Class and type: STONY-IRON? (unusual); 70% of its polished surface of 255 sq. cm is stony class, 11% iron and 17% stony-iron (mesosiderite). Specific weight varies from 3.26 to 6.35.
Number of individual specimens: 1.
Total weight: 886.788 kg.
Circumstances of the fall or discovery: Themeteorite was received by Dr. H. H. Nininger in August 1962 (Sedona, Arizona, USA).
Source: Report of Dr. H. H. Nininger (Sedona, USA) to E. L. Krinov in a letter, IX, 15, 1962.