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Dozens report seeing fireball in sky Thursday, Coming debris from Asteroid?

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SIGNS IN THE HEAVENS: Dozens report seeing fireball in sky Thursday, Coming debris from Asteroid?






May 31, 2013





Dozens report seeing fireball in sky Thursday, Coming debris from Asteroid?  Meteor

Dozens report seeing fireball in sky Thursday, Coming debris from Asteroid?  Meteor-1
An earthquake-like shaking felt by some Ohioans on Thursday night is
being attributed to a large fireball. The American Meteor Society’s
website says more than 50 people reported seeing the fireball just
after 11 p.m. Thursday. It “was seen primarily from Ohio and Indiana,”
according to the AMS, but reports also came from West Virginia,
Virginia, Pennsylvania, Kentucky and North Carolina. The website says
the fireball included sonics. There have been no official reports of
damage and it is unknown where the fireball may have landed. According
to the AMS, “fireball” is another term for a very bright meteor,
“generally brighter than magnitude -4, which is about the same magnitude
of the planet Venus as seen in the morning or evening sky.” Whiotv


Dozens report seeing fireball in sky Thursday, Coming debris from Asteroid?  Ams1185-heat
Large Fireball Meteor with Sonics Over Ohio -
Over 50 witnesses reported a large fireball over Ohio last
night around 11:05 PM local central time (3:05 UT). The fireball was
seen from primarily Ohio and Indiana, but witnesses from West Virginia,
Virginia, Pennsylvania, Kentucky and North Carolina also reported seeing
the fireball. Here is heat map for the event that shows where the
witnesses reported from. Click the image below to review the event map
and witness reports for this fireball. The AMS has developed technology
that can plot the trajectory for any fireball reported to our system.
The accuracy of these trajectories is dependent on the number of
witnesses who report the event and their distribution around the
fireball. This event provided a large volume and good geographic
distribution of witnesses. Below is the trajectory estimate we plotted
for this fireball. AMS




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