The fall of this meteorite has led to a beautiful Slovak-Hungarian cooperation!
Night of February 28, despite the late hour, bunch of people were watching Olympics ice hockey finals on TV when they saw the intense light of fireball, illuminated streets and interior of apartments. Witnesses were even heard cannon-like burst. But the weather was bad and the Central European Fireball Network didn't take direct optical records of the bolide. Meteorite streak across North Hungary sky, where the weather was better, and after call witnesses, two videos of the meteor were published.
Thanks to calibration of videos by members of the Hungarian Astronomical Association contributed (namely Igaz Antal) and trajectory analysis done by dr. Jiri Borovicka (Czech Academy of Sciences), a scientist Slovak team, under the leadership of Juraj Toth, found the first piece of meteorite in March 20, 2010.