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Dar al Gani 870 DaG 870 Official   2000 Al Jufrah, Libya H3/4 262 g 87 Google Earth   
Dar al Gani 928 DaG 928 Official   2000 Al Jufrah, Libya H3/4 96 g 87 Google Earth   
Dar al Gani 1032 DaG 1032 Official   2000 Al Jufrah, Libya H3/4 321 g 88 Google Earth   
Dhofar 484 Dho 484 Official   2001 Zufar, Oman H3/4 383 g 87 Google Earth   
Dhofar 753 Dho 753 Official   2000 Zufar, Oman H3/4 550 g 87 Google Earth   
Gütersloh Official Y 1851 Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany H3/4 1000 g Google Earth   
Jiddat al Harasis 420 JaH 420 Official   2007 Al Wusta, Oman H3/4 25.1 g 95 Google Earth   
Northwest Africa 016 NWA 016 Official   1999 Mekn√®s-Tafilalet, Morocco H3/4 22 g 84 Google Earth   
Northwest Africa 4117 NWA 4117 Official     (Northwest Africa) H3/4 70 g 90    
Northwest Africa 4329 NWA 4329 Official   2004 (Northwest Africa) H3/4 26 g 92    
Northwest Africa 4331 NWA 4331 Official   2004 (Northwest Africa) H3/4 21 g 92    
Northwest Africa 10970 ** NWA 10970 Official   2005 (Northwest Africa) H3/4 8.64 kg 106    
Preobrazhenka ** Official   1949 Altayskiy kray, Russia H3/4 418 g 60 Google Earth   
Ramlat as Sahmah 215 RaS 215 Official   2003 Al Wusta, Oman H3/4 15.3 g 91 Google Earth   
Sahara 97027 Official   1997 (Sahara) H3/4 374 g 82    
Sahara 97058 Official   1997 (Sahara) H3/4 450 g 82    
Sayh al Uhaymir 246 SaU 246 Official   2002 Al Wusta, Oman H3/4 614 g 88 Google Earth   
Trenzano Official Y 1856 Lombardia, Italy H3/4 11.8 kg Google Earth   

Observed falls documented prior to 2015 have a Y in the fall column.

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