On November 28th, at 1:24 am local time the stations of the network UMA/SMA in El Viso (UMA/SMA/Ayto. El Viso) in Córdoba, San Francisco (UMA/SMA/Fundación Monte Mediterráneo) in Santa Olalla del Cala (Huelva), Sierra de Fuentes (UMA/SMA/UEX) in Cáceres and the observatory of El Torcal (UMA/SMA/OAT) in Antequera (Málaga) registered a fireball.
The meteorite coming from an asteroid fell from 74 km height to 38 km height in southwest direction over the Sierra Norte de Sevilla. The 41 km were made with a speed of 51.000Km/h.
The calculated orbit of provenance yields semi-major axes a=0.86U.A., an inclination of i=12º and an eccentricity of e=0.29; therefor the perihelion was a little less than the planet Venus and the aphelion between Earth and Mars.