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04 March 2016

The Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News 04MAR2016

Asteroid 2013 TX68 will pass by Earth this weekend.
There were also several meteor sightings in February — including one in India that reportedly killed a man, though that has been dismissed by NASA.

Small Asteroid Passing By Earth Next Week Isn't a Big Deal, But When is It?
News Ledge
Astronomers estimate asteroid 2013 TX68 is about 100 feet in diameter. The last 'major' asteroid /meteor to impact Earth affected Chelyabinsk, Russia ...

The truth about Scotland's mysterious fireball
These are known as fireballs or "bolides". Judging from the footage online, Scotland witnessed one of about 10cm in diameter. It will have been ...

Meteor Caught On Camera Flashes And Bangs Through Scotland [VIDEO]
Headlines & Global News
A meteor was caught on camera in Scotland on Monday as it burned up through the atmosphere, creating flashes and bangs as it disintegrated.

Scotland meteor
This video was caught on our cctv cameras it was a meteor that lit up the sky , thanks

'Rare' local meteor sighting reported
The Journal News /
The American Meteor Society keeps a map of public meteor sightings and, according to Operations Manager Mike Hankey, about 34 reports were ...

The YO: Did you see the meteor?
The Journal News |
Those of you driving northbound on the Sprain Brook Parkway might have seen the fireball streaking through the sky last night. Ha! Comedy Club ...

Large, bright meteor fireball seen from Maine to Philadelphia
Signs of the Times
Meteor streaks across the sky during the annual Perseid meteor shower, August 13, 2015. Keep your eyes on the skies. Wednesday night, just before ...

Recent meteor shower?
Kerbal Space Program Forums
I guess what I'm asking is if anyone here's aware of a meteor spotted in the last couple days over the midwestern United States, or if this could ...

When is the Lyrid Meteor Shower 2016 and how can I watch it?
The Lyrids, thought to be the oldest known meteor showers, will light up the sky in April. Nasa say Lyrids are pieces of debris from the periodic Comet ...

2016 The THIRD Year of "CERTAIN Uncertainty" ™ / Meteors, Asteroids, Comets, and MORE!!

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