Last night, Jan. 30th around 10:30 pm PST, a spectacular fireball crawled across the skies of southern California.
A team of researchers at Curtin University studying data from Australia’s Desert Fireball Network has identified a minimoon fireball. In their paper published in The Astronomical Journal, the group describes how they found the fireball and the methods they used to show that it had come from a minimoon.
Source: Bended Reality Home security cameras captured the moment a meteor streaked across the night sky over Fullerton, California, in the early hours of November 2. Jessica Gilstrap tweeted this video recorded by her doorbell camera, writing: “WHOA! Jared and I were laying in bed and a bright light shone in our room, I thought
Chilean officials are investigating a curious collection of burning objects that fell onto parts of the country last week.
When Sgt. Michael Virga went out on patrol last weekend in Hamilton, New Jersey, he wasn’t expecting to see something truly out-of-this-world. But thanks to a spectacular fireball, that’s exactly what the officer saw.
A blazing fireball lit up the dark skies of Arctic Finland for five seconds, giving off what scientists said was “the glow of 100 full moons” and igniting hurried attempts to find the reported meteorite.
They’re looking for remnants of the fireball that burned up over their province this past weekend.
Many people said on social media that they also heard and felt a deafening boom after it passed
Residents in San Diego were treated to a surprise light show on the Monday night of April 11th.