23 February 2016

The Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News 23FEB2016

Fireball '2nd only to Chelyabinsk meteor' explodes unseen over Atlantic
The largest meteor since the one that exploded over the Russian city of Chelyabinsk in 2013 burned up over the open ocean some 1,000 kilometers ...

'Great Balls of Fire' whoosh through skies in southern Spain
The Local.es
Observatories from the University of Huelva recorded a meteor falling towards Earth at 3:42am on Sunday morning. The cosmic object entered the ...

NASA Records Huge Meteor Explosion That Produced Same Force As Atomic Bomb
Huffington Post UK
NASA has revealed that a massive meteor crashed into the Atlantic ocean earlier this month with the force equivalent to an atomic bomb. However ...

100-foot asteroid to zoom past Earth in two weeks, and 'it's gonna be close'
San Jose Mercury News
In 2013, a meteor about 50 feet across exploded in the air above Chelyabinsk, Russia. It caused a fireball and shock wave that damaged 7,000 ...

Largest fireball since Chelyabinsk falls into Earth: Nasa reports huge explosion of seven meter ...
Daily Mail
A huge fireball crashed into the Atlantic earlier this month - and went almost unseen. The event took place on February 6 at 14:00 UTC when a meteor ...

A Meteor With the Power of an Atomic Bomb Exploded Over the Atlantic and Nobody Noticed
Gizmodo UK
On the 6th February at 2pm UTC - a Saturday afternoon - a meteor with roughly the same explosive power as the nuclear bomb which hit Hiroshima ...

Large Fireball From Space Crashes Into Atlantic
Sky News
It is the largest incident of its type since February 2013 when a fireball exploded over Chelyabinsk, Russia, leaving more than 1,600 people injured.

The largest fireball since Chelyabinsk exploded over the Atlantic - but nobody saw it
Case in point - the largest fireball since 2013's epic Chelyabinsk explosion burned up over the Atlantic Ocean earlier this month, and thanks to it ...

American Meteor Society
Observer. Name, D K. Experience Level, 3/5. Remarks, Never have seen this before. Thought a satellite might have been blown out of orbit ...

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