On April 15, 1986, a bolide exploded over a town in the Hubei province of China. The strewnfield was large and extended over a mix of populated and unpopulated areas. Initially, only 12 sizeable stones were recovered, but subsequent recoveries have increased the TKW. Suizhou has been classified as an L6 chondrite.
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From the Meteoritical Bulletin entry on Suizhou :
FALL OF THE SUIZHOU, CHINA, STONY METEORITE
Place of fall: Suizhou County, Hubei province, China.
Date of fall: April 15, 1986, 1850 hrs.
Class and type: Stone. Olivine-hypersthene chondrite (L6). Olivine Fa24.6.
Number of individual
specimens: 12, approximately
Total weight: 70 kg, approximately
Circumstances of fall: Not reported.
Source: D. Wang, Institute of Geochemistry, Academia Sinica, Guiyang, China; A.E. Rubin and J.T. Wasson, University of California, Los Angeles, California 90024, USA. Some material now held by the Institute of Geochemistry, Academia Sinica, Guiyang, China