07 August 2014

The Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News 07AUG2014

Perseids meteor showers to be visible August 11-13
The Pocahontas Times
The 2014 Perseids meteor showers, considered the best of the year, will be at their peak August 11 through 13. The showers will be visible in the ...

Perseid Meteor Shower peaks this month
Tucson News Now
The Perseid Meteor Shower peaks in the pre-dawn hours of August 11, 12, and 13. Ordinarily this meteor shower can be counted on for an impressive ...

Meteor sighted along Northwest Georgia border, fragments could show up in Rome
Calhoun Times
Meteor cameras tracked the object breaking up and estimates are that fragments of up to 22 pounds may have dropped on a line from Weiss Lake to ...

Meteorite Falls Near Alabama, Georgia Line
Coosa Valley News
Tellus Science Museum has confirmed that over the weekend a bright fireball was detected on the NASA fireball camera installed at the museum. ...

Australian pioneers light the way for planetary sciences
PhysOrg - 11 hours
The current understanding of meteoritics—the study of meteorite samples—has been helped along significantly over the past 200 years by the ...

A space odyssey: three cosmic phenomena could be visible on Sunday
Belfast Telegraph
"Then, later in the night, if you look at the sky for half-an-hour or so, you should see at least one Perseids meteor." The annual Perseids meteor shower ...

Michigan parks offering s'mores for meteor gazers
ABC 12 – WJRT – Flint, MI
Michigan's state parks will be ideal locations for stargazing during this month's Perseid meteor shower, and some of them are offering a tasty incentive: ...

Listen to Perseid radio pings on the Internet
Southgate Amateur Radio Club
The Perseid meteor shower peak is predicted to occur between August 11 to 13, 2014. There are a few pre-peak pings already audible. The activity ...

Meteor over Sarasota, Florida explodes with loud boom 8/6
Godlike Productions
A couple nights earlier I saw a very high altitude, very slow moving red object with a tail that flickered out and back in. So apparently there's a meteor ...

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

No comments: