As the Finnish article says, the Finnish guys have already been to the area, but it's a difficult search. It's a remote area, there are only a few hours of daylight/twilight a day, and I believe that there are restrictions on the use of snowmobiles in that area, so they have to ski. I think it's a few hours on skis from the nearest road just to get into the fall zone. Some meteorites may have dropped over Lake Inari, but it's a big lake and not safely frozen yet despite temperatures around -20°C recently. A heavy snowfall is expected on Friday, which will not make searched very practical until spring. The snow is usually gone by late May in this area.
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