NASA video shows a fireball burning through the skies of Pennsylvania
Early on Tuesday morning, NASA's All-sky Fireball Network (which is a real thing that exists, for real) caught footage of a fiery space rock entering the ...
NASA Captures Massive Fireball Over Pittsburgh
NASA Captures Massive Fireball Over Pittsburgh. AccuWeather. Duration: 00:20 6 hrs ago. Feb 18, 2015; 7:10 AM A very bright meteor was captured ...
See the fiery meteor that blazed over Pittsburgh
Just before 5 a.m. Tuesday morning, early risers in the Pittsburgh area were treated to a shining surprise: A fiery meteor shooting across the darkened ...
Watch a Meteor Burn Up in a Fiery Ball Over Pennsylvania
A meteor burned up in the atmosphere over the skies of Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York Tuesday morning, lighting up in a flare that was reportedly ...
Ice crystals cause 'triple sunrise' in Russian city – in pictures
In 2013, meteor fragments that fell from the sky caused damage all over the Chelyabinsk region, but what was behind the triple sunrise that residents ...
Fiery meteor lights up night sky at 45000 mph
NASA confirms space rock sighting visible in three states.
NASA video shows fireball over three states
February 18, 2015 9:56 AM EST - NASA's Marshall Center captured video of a fireball that was seen over New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania early ...
Video: Brilliant 'fireball' spectacularly burns up over skies of Pennsylvania
A massive fireball was captured by several Nasa cameras as it traveled over the skies of Ohio, New York and Pennsylvania in the early hours of ...
A mysterious fireball lit up the sky Tuesday morning
A WTAE viewer witnessed the fireball which she's says lit up the entire sky while she was taking her dog outside.
Did you see it? NASA explains fire in the sky caught on camera
On its Facebook page, NASA Meteor Watch says the fireball was a space rock about two feet in diameter and weighing about 500 pounds. It entered ...
Fiery meteor sighting over Western New York
Signs of the Times
Currently, the American Meteor Society shows on its website dozens of self-reported logs from people who submitted reports that they saw the meteor.
Massive fireball over Pittsburgh captured on NASA cameras
“The fireball moved almost due east at a speed of 45,000 mph. It flared brighter than the Full Moon before the cameras lost track of it at altitude of 13 ...
VIDEO: NASA camera captures meteor's path in WNY
Bill Cooke of NASA captured the meteor on camera, which was seen by people in Ohio and Pennsylvania, as well as WNY.
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