14 February 2014

The Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News 14FEB2014

One year after Russian meteor strike, do we have a plan for the next one?
Mother Nature Network
The Chelyabinsk meteor streaked through the sky in February, injuring hundreds, damaging buildings, and bringing attention to the Earth as a ...

Spacewatch: A year since the Chelyabinsk meteor
The Guardian
A dashboard camera captured this image of the meteor streaking across the sky above Chelyabinsk in February 2013. Photograph: Nasha Gazeta/AP.

Fireball spotted in Kentucky sky
RICHMOND, Ky. (WKYT) - A meteor was spotted in the Kentucky sky Tuesday night. Experts call it a fireball, a brighter version of a meteor.

Mystery in Maine: Fireball in the sky caught on camera could be space junk | abc13.com
A Maine man was driving when he noticed the fireball and shot video with his cell phone. It's since gone viral. ...

Giant Meteorite fireball streaks across Maine sky METEOR of FALLING UFO - YouTube
youtube.com ⋅ 01:51
Giant fireball streaks across Maine sky VIDEO METEOR of FALLING UFO Most fireballs are usually spotted at night, when the contrast between the ...
????? Likely NOT a METEOR... LunarMeteoriteHunter, Tokyo

Mystery in Maine: Fireball in the sky caught on camera could be space junk
An astronomer from the University of Southern Maine saw the video and couldn't rule out a meteor, but says if he had to guess, it looks like space junk ...

Man records mysterious fireball in sky
SOUTH PARIS, ME (WMTW/CNN) - A man used his camera phone to record a giant fireball in the sky. He's not sure what it was, but plenty of other ...

Mysterious fireball streaks through sky - CNN.com Video - Rss
A man in South Paris, Maine, shot video of a fireball in the sky. WMTW reports.

unid via meteor scatter as received in Scotland - YouTube
youtube.com ⋅ 03:10
This was from the same burst i got Radio Zurnal this morning as as you can see quite a few coming in but these are the only ones i got talk and the rest ...

2014 The Year of "CERTAIN Uncertainty" ™; Meteors, Asteroids, Comets, and MORE!!

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