The February, 1947 fall of the Sikhote-Alin iron in a remote part of eastern Siberia was, by far, the largest recorded meteorite event in history. While Campo del Cielo (Argentina), Muonionalusta (Sweden), and Gibeon (Namibia) may possibly have deposited more meteorites in terms of sheer tonnage, they all took place in prehistoric times. If those events were even seen by early humans, the witnesses lived thousands of years before the advent of writing and so no records exist.
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On February 1, 2011, my new book, Meteorite Hunting: How To Find Treasure From Space was published.
We were eager to have it ready for the 2011 Tucson gem and mineral shows, so I did the actual writing in record time, but it was the product of about fifteen years of work.