27 January 2017

The Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News 27DEC2017

Experts: 'Random meteor' seen in New England sky
WMUR Manchester
Experts: 'Random meteor' seen in New England sky. WMUR. Updated: 6:50 PM EST Dec 27, 2017. Christine DeLong Wheeler. Social Media Producer. Experts: 'Random meteor' seen in New England sky. Share. Shares. Copy Link.

Meteor captured on dashcam video lights up Northeast sky; seen in Pennsylvania
The Morning Call
... Turnpike in New Hampshire. Some reported hearing booms. The Maine Mineral & Gem Museum suspects the meteor crashed into the woods of northwestern Maine, based on preliminary findings. It's offering a $20,000 reward if someone recovers a piece of the meteorite weighing at least 2.2 pounds.

Pieces of fireball over New England may have impacted Earth
The Union Leader
Fremont resident Dorine Caswell said she and her 14-year-old daughter, Carly, were driving on Route 107 in Fremont when she saw the fireball appear to drop from the sky behind some trees. She believes some of it may have landed nearby. She said she and her daughter caught the fireball out of the ...

Fireball lights up social media, evening sky in New England
A fireball that lit up the evening sky is lighting up social media. The bright streak Tuesday evening was seen in parts of New England, including southern Maine and New Hampshire. The Mount Agamenticus Conservation Program webcam on Mount Agamenticus in York County captured the event at ...

Watch A Fireball Burn Up Across The New England Sky
International Business Times
A fireball burned across the New England skies the day after Christmas, lighting up the evening. The super-bright meteor flashed close to 6 p.m. EST on Dec. 26, exciting and surprising people around the northeasternmost United States. “Looks like a meteor!” Maine's Toby Jutras wrote when he posted a ...

People report seeing possible meteor Tuesday night
People across New England reported seeing a bright 'fireball' like object flying through the sky just before 6 p.m. Tuesday evening. Subscribe to WMUR on You...

Fireball, likely a meteor, lights up skies over Maine
FOX 23's Sam Read was live in Standish, where a man says he saw it while driving. The man we spoke with says he was driving home from work with a coworker along Route 114 in Standish when he saw what he describes a very large ball of what appeared to be fire come shooting out of the sky.

'Fireball' seen in the sky across New England, Canada
Did you see a ball of fire fly across the sky Tuesday night? No need to check your glasses; it turns out it was seen across Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine and Canada. At 5:52 p.m., the Mt. Agamenticus webcam in York County captured the meteor, with many people on social media from ...

A Possible Meteor Was Spotted In Gray, Maine
A meteor may have been spotted by the National Weather Service Camera in Gray, Maine.

Tuesday night's fireball was likely a meteor, experts say
A camera in Maine also captured the meteor moving along. Researchers are looking to learn more about the object but said they are not totally surprised, even if it was random. "It's a great example that there's always something happening in the night sky. You can always find something. There's, every ...

Watch this meteor flash through the sky
Watch this meteor flash through the sky. CNN. A possible meteor was captured on camera soaring over New England. Published at 9:28 am ET, Wed Dec 27 2017. Just Watched. replay. By CNN |. Posted: Wed 5:18 PM, Dec 27, 2017. GRAY, Maine (CNN) -- A possible meteor was captured on camera ...

Dazzling meteor streaks across New England sky, turning night to day (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
A small meteor lit up the night sky above New England with dazzling green light Tuesday evening.

Fireball seen on Mount A webcam appears to be meteor
Foster's Daily Democrat
The American Meteor Society and the Center for Meteorite Studies at Arizona State University track meteors. Cocchiaro said reports from the public help these groups track where meteors may have landed. "A lot of times when people week fireballs, they think they were a mile or two away but they're ...

A bright meteor illuminated the northern sky over the Kola Peninsula
Earth Chronicles
A bright meteor illuminated the northern sky over the Kola Peninsula. by space · December 27, 2017. The original idea of ​​the photographer was to make a series of images of the northern lights, from which it would be possible to create a time-lapse video. But suddenly something flared up – and the .

Meteor explodes over bay area
FM Group
Feb 16, 2013 It wasn't nearly as dramatic as the fireball that exploded over Russia yesterday, but last night the San Francisco Bay Area saw its own light show last night when a meteor streaked across the night sky. Science news and information about the Sun-Earth environment. World News Station.

NASA warning: 'Unseen' asteroid set to skim Earth TOMORROW
Although, relatively small, if it did impact Earth, it could cause injuries. In February 2013, an unknown 19-metre meteor came from nowhere to explode in the sky above Chelyabinsk, Russia, with the force of 500,000 tonnes of TNT. And the energy released shattered glass on hundreds of buildings and ...

60-Million-Year-Old Meteor Strike Uncovered on Remote Isle of Skye
Space and Earth Sciences News
60-Million-Year-Old Meteor Strike Uncovered on Remote Isle of Skye. Scientists have discovered out-of-this-world minerals at the site of a 60 million-year-old meteorite impact on Scotland's remote Isle of Skye.

The Best Meteor Showers in 2018
Sky & Telescope
Meteors can occur at any time on any night and appear in any part of the sky. On a dark, moonless night you might see a half dozen of these sporadic (random) meteors per hour. However, whenever Earth encounters a stream of gritty debris left in space by a passing comet, the result is a meteor shower.

Events in 2017 5436-2017 KML
Fireball event
We received 5 reports about a fireball seen over Grand Est and Zuid-Holland on Monday, December 25th 2017 around 16:11 UT. The trajectory displayed on the map and the KML file has been automatically computed based on all the witness reports and may not be the most optimized.

2017 The FOURTH Year of "CERTAIN Uncertainty" ™ / Meteors, Asteroids, Comets, and MORE!!

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