Picking up pieces from the asteroid that slapped into Sudan last year. From the NY Times:

By KENNETH CHANG Published: March 25, 2009
Scientists who for the first time tracked an asteroid on a collision course with Earth, and watched as it exploded in the atmosphere, have now picked up some of the remnants on the ground.

The discovery and analysis of the meteorites, reported in Thursday’s issue of Nature, give scientists solid data on the composition of meteorites that originate from at least one type of asteroid, known as F-class.