Daniel Svensson M.Sc. (Chemistry), Oskarshamn, Sweden. Mineral- and meteorite collector for almost 15 years. Currently doing his Ph.D. at SKB (Swedish Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management Co) in cooperation with Material Chemistry at Lund University. Have done several trips to the Muonionalusta strewn field during the last years. Some other work are (1), (2), (3) and (4).

Thomas Österberg M. Sc. (Advanced Concrete Technology), Vaxjo Sweden. Devoted mineral collector for 35 years (with a special interest in the minerals of the Langban mines). I got interested in the history and science of the Mounionalusta fall about 10 years ago. My first visit to the strewn area was in 2002. Since then I have done several trips to this very interesting area in northernmost Sweden.

1. Hurlburtite, the first Be mineral from Västanå iron mine, Skåne, Sweden. D. Svensson, S. Hansen and J.-O. Bovin. GFF volume 124 (2002), pp. 41-43.
Introduction of Aromatic and Heteroaromatic Groups in the 2- and 8-Positions of the Tröger’s Base Core via the Suzuki, Stille and Negishi Cross-Coupling Reactions. A Comparative Study. C.Solano, D. Svensson, Z. Olomi, J. Jensen, O. Wendt, and K. Wärnmark. Eur. J. Org. Chem, 2005.
3. Muonionalusta, D.Svensson, Meteoryt, Nr 4 (56), 2005, ISSN 1642-588X.
4. Story of the Muonionalusta Meteorite, D. Svensson, Meteorite, May 2006 vol 12, No 2, ISSN 1173-2245.