Asteroid 2024BX1 was discovered only a few hours before impact. The resulting fireball dazzled observers across Germany and was imaged by various fireball cameras. Using these instrument observations, a strewn field was calculated and refined with meteorological data by Czech meteor astronomers. During the following days various search teams succeeded in recovering meteorite fragments. The Ribbeck meteorite (tentative name!) is a rare Aubrite; a achondrite type that consists of the mineral Enstatite, and sometimes contains other mineral species such as Albitic Plagioclase and Forsterite. The fusion crust is also peculiar; not black glass, but somewhat translucent with minerals shining through; a property likely due to the low iron content of the rock. The 3D model is possibly the first one made available to the public, so more updates and annotation to this model are expected in the coming weeks and months.