The LaGrande Observer has a story where Dick Pugh, PSU prof and celestial expert extraordinaire, suggests where the bits ended up.

Pugh, who is with Portland State University's Cascadia Meteorite Laboratory, believes the meteorite hit somewhere between Tollgate and Elgin. He said its fragments could be as far east as the mouth of Lookingglass Creek and as far south as Summerville.

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The meteorite's fragments hit with such velocity they could have easily punched golf ball-sized holes in roofs.

The meteorite's pieces could be as large as a basketball or as small as BBs. They will have a fusion coating created by their explosive entry into the atmosphere. Just below the thin fusion coating the rock's color will likely be significantly different, Pugh said.

The fusion coating will range in color from brownish black to greenish black.

"(The small fragments) will look like black olives,'' Pugh said.