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METEORITE FALLS

RECENT EVENTS

RECENT EVENTS

RECENT EVENTS

Learn more about Possible Fall Near Columbia, KY

Possible Fall Near Columbia, KY

November 29, 2018

This event was a weak fireball near Columbia, KY that was accompanied by one report of sonic booms. This is recorded as American Meteor Society event number 5,300 for 2018.

Learn more about Possible Fall Near Columbia, KY

Possible Fall Near Columbia, KY

November 29, 2018

This event was a weak fireball near Columbia, KY that was accompanied by one report of sonic booms. This is recorded as American Meteor Society event number 5,300 for 2018.

Learn more about Probable Fall near Carrollton, AL

Probable Fall near Carrollton, AL

November 10, 2018

This event was an early morning fireball over the Mississippi-Alabama border, that was reported by 17 eyewitnesses. This is recorded as American Meteor Society event number 4,773 for 2018.

Learn more about Probable Fall near Carrollton, AL

Probable Fall near Carrollton, AL

November 10, 2018

This event was an early morning fireball over the Mississippi-Alabama border, that was reported by 17 eyewitnesses. This is recorded as American Meteor Society event number 4,773 for 2018.

Learn more about Hanford, CA Satellite De-Orbit

Hanford, CA Satellite De-Orbit

October 11, 2018

This event was a satellite de-orbit that was accompanied by two reports of sonic booms. This is recorded as American Meteor Society event number 4094 for 2018.

Learn more about Hanford, CA Satellite De-Orbit

Hanford, CA Satellite De-Orbit

October 11, 2018

This event was a satellite de-orbit that was accompanied by two reports of sonic booms. This is recorded as American Meteor Society event number 4094 for 2018.

Learn more about Glendale, Arizona

Glendale, Arizona

July 26, 2018

This event was an evening fireball over metropolitan Phoenix, AZ that was accompanied by one report of sonic booms. This is recorded as American Meteor Society event number 2624 for year 2018.

Learn more about Glendale, Arizona

Glendale, Arizona

July 26, 2018

This event was an evening fireball over metropolitan Phoenix, AZ that was accompanied by one report of sonic booms. This is recorded as American Meteor Society event number 2624 for year 2018.

Learn more about Pacific Coast, Washington

Pacific Coast, Washington

March 7, 2018

This event was the most massive fireball seen in weather radar to date, occurring off the coast of Washington state. This is recorded as American Meteor Society event number 914 for 2018.

Learn more about Pacific Coast, Washington

Pacific Coast, Washington

March 7, 2018

This event was the most massive fireball seen in weather radar to date, occurring off the coast of Washington state. This is recorded as American Meteor Society event number 914 for 2018.

Learn more about Hamburg, Michigan

Hamburg, Michigan

January 17, 2018

This event was a bright fireball over the Detroit, MI area that was accompanied by numerous reports of sonic booms. This is recorded as American Meteor Society event number 168 for 2018.

Learn more about Hamburg, Michigan

Hamburg, Michigan

January 17, 2018

This event was a bright fireball over the Detroit, MI area that was accompanied by numerous reports of sonic booms. This is recorded as American Meteor Society event number 168 for 2018.

Learn more about Dishchii'bikoh, Arizona

Dishchii'bikoh, Arizona

June 2, 2016

This event was an early morning fireball northeast of Phoenix, AZ that was followed by numerous reports of sonic booms. This is recorded as American Meteor Society event number 1882 for 2016.

Learn more about Dishchii'bikoh, Arizona

Dishchii'bikoh, Arizona

June 2, 2016

This event was an early morning fireball northeast of Phoenix, AZ that was followed by numerous reports of sonic booms. This is recorded as American Meteor Society event number 1882 for 2016.

Learn more about Mount Blanco, Texas

Mount Blanco, Texas

February 18, 2016

This event was fireball seen over the Texas panhandle but was not accompanied by reports of sonic booms. This is recorded as American Meteor Society event number 635 for 2016.

Learn more about Mount Blanco, Texas

Mount Blanco, Texas

February 18, 2016

This event was fireball seen over the Texas panhandle but was not accompanied by reports of sonic booms. This is recorded as American Meteor Society event number 635 for 2016.

Learn more about Osceola, Florida

Osceola, Florida

January 24, 2016

This event was fireball seen against a daylight sky in northern Florida that was accompanied by three reports of sonic booms. This is recorded as American Meteor Society event number 266 for 2016.

Learn more about Osceola, Florida

Osceola, Florida

January 24, 2016

This event was fireball seen against a daylight sky in northern Florida that was accompanied by three reports of sonic booms. This is recorded as American Meteor Society event number 266 for 2016.

Learn more about Creston, California

Creston, California

October 24, 2015

This event was an evening fireball near the California coast that was accompanied by fourteen reports of sonic booms. This is recorded as American Meteor Society event number 2635 for 2105.

Learn more about Creston, California

Creston, California

October 24, 2015

This event was an evening fireball near the California coast that was accompanied by fourteen reports of sonic booms. This is recorded as American Meteor Society event number 2635 for 2105.

Learn more about Addison, Alabama

Addison, Alabama

October 30, 2012

This event was an early evening fireball in northern Alabama that was accompanied by seven reports of sonic booms. This is recorded as American Meteor Society event number 1681 for 2012.

Learn more about Addison, Alabama

Addison, Alabama

October 30, 2012

This event was an early evening fireball in northern Alabama that was accompanied by seven reports of sonic booms. This is recorded as American Meteor Society event number 1681 for 2012.

Learn more about Battle Mountain, Nevada

Battle Mountain, Nevada

August 22, 2012

This event was a large meteorite fall that was lightly reported and would not have been located without weather radar data. This is recorded as American Meteor Society event number 1192 for 2012.

Learn more about Battle Mountain, Nevada

Battle Mountain, Nevada

August 22, 2012

This event was a large meteorite fall that was lightly reported and would not have been located without weather radar data. This is recorded as American Meteor Society event number 1192 for 2012.

Learn more about Park Forest, Illinois

Park Forest, Illinois

March 26, 2003

This meteorite fall, which was one of the largest recorded to date, was reported as very bright and produced numerous, intense sonic booms throughout the southern suburbs of Chicago, IL.

Learn more about Park Forest, Illinois

Park Forest, Illinois

March 26, 2003

This meteorite fall, which was one of the largest recorded to date, was reported as very bright and produced numerous, intense sonic booms throughout the southern suburbs of Chicago, IL.

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