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Batesland ** Official   1961 South Dakota, USA H5 2.5 kg 81 Google Earth   
Bath Official Y 1892 South Dakota, USA H4 21 kg Google Earth   
Bennett County ** Official   1934 South Dakota, USA Iron, IIAB 89 kg 22 Google Earth   
Cavour ** Official   1938 South Dakota, USA H6 26.21 kg 101 Google Earth   
Centerville ** Official Y 1956 South Dakota, USA H5 45.6 g 26 Google Earth   
Crow Peak ** Official   1958 South Dakota, USA Iron, IIAB 6.32 kg 91 Google Earth   
Dry Creek ** Official   2018 South Dakota, USA H5 5 kg 108 Google Earth   
Emery ** Official   1962 South Dakota, USA Mesosiderite-A3 16.7 kg 51 Google Earth   
Fairburn ** Official   1907 South Dakota, USA Iron, IAB-ung 445 g 101 Google Earth   
Faith Official   1952 South Dakota, USA H5 105 kg Google Earth   
Flandreau ** Official   1983 South Dakota, USA H5 21.36 kg 72 Google Earth   
Fort Pierre Official   1856 South Dakota, USA Iron, IIIAB 15.9 kg Google Earth   
Harding County Official   1941 South Dakota, USA L4 3.08 kg Google Earth   
Lemmon ** Official   1984 South Dakota, USA H5 6.68 kg 83 Google Earth   
Mission Official   1949 South Dakota, USA L 12 kg Google Earth   
Timber Lake ** Official   2011 South Dakota, USA H3 8.66 kg 102 Google Earth   
Winner ** Official   2004 South Dakota, USA L3.9 8.5 kg 102 Google Earth   
Wolsey ** Official   1981 South Dakota, USA Iron, IAB-MG 74.83 kg 71 Google Earth   

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

Information deriving from MetBull 107 or later is still subject to change by the Meteorite Nomenclature Committee.

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