The Sutter's Mill meteorite fall in April 22th 2012 around 7:51 as a very bright fireball meteor through skies over Nevada and California. The Sutter's Mill meteorite fall produced sonic booms over a large area. First pieces were found in a location famous for its association with Gold Rush in California.
The meteorite may produce an other "gold" rush! The Sutter's Mill meteorite turn to be a rare meteorite type. Fragments discovered typically ressemble to the CM type carbonaceous chondrite. The CM is a type rich in organic compounds, the M of CM comes from the M of the Murchison Meteorite a famous meteorite fall in Australia.