ScienceDaily (Oct. 25, 2008) — For the second time this year, The University of Western Ontario Meteor Group has captured incredibly rare video footage of a meteor falling to Earth. The team of astronomers suspects the fireball dropped meteorites in a region north of Guelph, Ontario, Canada, that may total as much as a few hundred grams in mass.
Astronomers think this are likely "stony-type meteorites", pictured top left. Of these, it is written:
Because they so closely resemble rocks, stoney Meteorites are much harder to find and are more valuable than metallic Meteorites.
Get looking people:
Associate Professor Peter Brown and Phil McCausland, a postdoctoral researcher in Planetary Science, are hoping to enlist the help of local residents in recovering one or more possible meteorites that may have crashed.
...find one and you'll have beer and pizza money for a week.