According to an article appeared few hours ago on New Scientist website, a team of meteorite hunters, using data provided by NASA, has finally has found fragments of the asteroid 2008 TC3 plunged into the atmosphere above Sudan on 7 October 2008.
Here You can find some of the post appeared on this blog about 2008 TC3 story:
A photo of one of the fragments recovered can be seen in the slides of a presentation reported at a United Nations meeting discussing near-Earth object (NEO) impacts (slide number 19):
http://tinyurl.com/dftr2m (courtesy of P. Jennisken - SETI Institute)
It seems that the discovery team, including well-know meteorite expert Peter Jenniskens, has already submitted a study about the find to a scientific journal, but no more information are available at present.
by Ernesto Guido