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|Fall date||October 5, 1827|
Białystok is an eucrite meteorite (previously classified as howardite) that fell on 5 October 1827 in the area of Fasty and Knyszyn villages, NNW of Białystok, Poland. The fall occurred at around 9:30 am. Several specimens were recovered.
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