List of meteorites in Austria
A total of eight meteorites have so far been recovered in the area of Austria within its current borders , of which material is still available today. The fall of the meteorite was also observed in five before the discovery. All of these meteorites are stone meteorites and are classified as chondrites .
or year of discovery
|Ischgl||Ischgl , Tyrol||724 g||Common Chondrite (LL6)||Fund, 1976|
|Lanzenkirchen||Lanzenkirchen , Lower Austria||7 kg||Common chondrite (L4)||Fall, August 28, 1925|
|Wall churches||Mauerkirchen , Upper Austria||21 kg||Common chondrite (L6)||Fall, November 20, 1768|
|Minnichhof||Croatian Minihof , Burgenland||550 g||Ordinary chondrite||Fall, May 27, 1905|
|Mühlau||Innsbruck-Mühlau , Tyrol||5 g||Ordinary chondrite||Find, around 1877|
|Neuschwanstein||Reutte , Tyrol||6.218 kg||Enstatite chondrite (EL6)||Fall April 6, 2002|
|Prambachkirchen||Prambachkirchen , Upper Austria||2.125 kg||Common chondrite (L6)||Fall, November 5, 1932|
|Ybbsitz||Ybbsitz , Lower Austria||14.6 kg||Ordinary chondrite (H4)||Fund, 1977|
- Was only identified as a meteorite in 2008 and presented to the public in the Natural History Museum Vienna in 2012 , see  ; the scientific description was published in 2013: Brandstätter, F., J. Konzett, C. Koeberl & L. Ferrière (2013): The Ischgl meteorite, a new LL6 chondrite from Tyrol, Austria. Annals of the Natural History Museum in Vienna, Series A, 115, 5–18  .
- Two stones, 5 kg and 2 kg.
- At the time of the fall, Mauerkirchen belonged to Bavaria .
- See: H. Raab & E. Reiter (2017): On the 250th anniversary of the meteorite fall in Mauerkirchen, Upper Austria. Upper Austria Geonachrichten, 32, 3–24.
- Michael Hirschler: The meteorite from Croatian Minihof / Mjenovo . In: Burgenland homeland sheets . tape 3 & 4 , no. 81 , 2019, ISSN 1018-6107 , p. 144-159 .
- Three stones. The third and largest stone of the fall at 2.843 kg was found in Tyrolean territory. The coordinates given here indicate the location of this item. The name of the meteorite refers to the location of the first two stones of the fall (1.750 kg and 1.625 kg), which were recovered in Bavarian territory not far from Neuschwanstein Castle . The official meteorite database of the Meteoritical Society assigns the meteorites to Germany on the basis of their original location.
- Monica M. Grady: Catalog of Meteorites. 5th edition. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2000 ISBN 978-0-521-66303-8
- Franz Brandstätter, et al .: Meteorites - Contemporary witnesses of the formation of the solar system. Verlag des Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna 2012, ISBN 978-3-902421-68-5 , pp. 166–175