“A shower of small stones (>1000 individuals) fell near the Yellow River after a brilliant fireball with smoke and sparks terminated in a loud, resonating explosion. The fall ellipse measured ~10.5 x 4.3 km, oriented east-west. The largest recovered piece weighed 2.7 kg, and the total mass is >100 kg. One fragment was reported to have penetrated a roof and landed in a pot on a stove.” Met. Bull 82. This specimen is a kidney shaped individual with secondary fusion crust on four surfaces. The fall fresh fusion crust displays numerous delicate regmaglypts and flow features.