8/2/2023 @ 0613 UTC
36.587573 • -82.614954
There was a nice candidate for a meteorite fall in NE Tennessee last night, at 2:13 AM local time:
Have a look at the video, which has the visual appearance of a small meteorite fall.
This event does not appear in GLM data. It does appear on five nearby seismometers, and at least ten people reported hearing sonic booms in the AMS report. That indicates that something survived to low enough altitude to generate the sonic boom.
Radar shows evidence for a small meteorite fall northwest of Kingsport, TN, extending over the state line into Virginia. Fall mass will be low as evidenced by the single radar signature, but meteorites might be recovered from this event.
Modeling using the Jormungandr dark flight model says the single radar signature is composed of meteorites of approximately 36g mass, assuming ordinary chondrite density.