La Crosse, WI (WXOW) - Fragments of the meteorite that brightened the skies of Wisconsin and parts of Iowa on April 14-th.
Now have a permanent home at the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Geology Museum.
The meteor named "Mifflin" after the Mifflin township is believed to be part of an asteroid fragment that separated 470 million years ago between Mars and Jupiter.
Of the 14 meteorites known to have landed in Wisconsin, six are on display at the UW Geology Museum.
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