01 February 2013

The Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News 01FEB2012

Taxi driver films suspected meteor near Birmingham Airport
BBC News
Taxi driver films suspected meteor near Birmingham Airport. Footage courtesy of Paul Duggan. Please turn on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. 31 January 2013 Last updated at 11:09 ET Help. A taxi driver has captured film of a suspected ...

Suspected meteor spotted near Birmingham Airport
BBC News
Gary Fildes, from the Kielder Observatory in Northumberland, said the meteor was visible for 10 to 15 seconds - 10 times longer than usual - and was "quite a sight". 'Very bright'. He said he had been hosting a public outreach project at the ...

Meteor streaks across Shropshire sky
People across the area reported seeing the object flashing across the sky at around 9pm yesterday. Reports on Twitter said the flash of light had been seen across northern Britain including Oswestry and Telford. Astronomers said the meteor – which had ...

AZ Explained: Meteor Crater retains its mystery
You know. The one in which somebody jumped down an abandoned mine shaft this month and lived to describe it as an attempt to “appease the gods.” Meteor Crater, about 40 miles east of Flagstaff, is about 700 feet deep and three-quarters of a mile wide.

Green 'fireball' flashes across the night sky in Lincolnshire
This is Lincolnshire
Sightings have been reported of a green 'fireball' flashing across the sky over Lincolnshire last night. Lincoln City goalkeeper Paul Farman was among those who saw the phenomenon and wrote on Twitter at about 9pm that he'd seen a meteoroid or a ...

Did you see "fire ball" flying across the sky?
This is Grimsby
“The fireball described by your article was most probably, space debris or a meteorite burning on re-entry to earths upper atmosphere. This sighting was also reported widely across the North of England last night around 9:00pm. The viewing conditions ...

Fireball explodes from electrical gear in Liverpool-region
Click Liverpool
Icy conditions led to a fireball exploding up from electrical gear below a busy shopping street in the Liverpool region. At 12.20pm on Saturday 26th January, three fire engines spent four hours dealing with the blaze in an underground electrical ...

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