Cooke continues: "The NASA Meteoroid Environment Office has reasonable confidence that some fraction of this meteor survived to the ground as one or more meteorites. Calculations are underway to determine the general impact location, which may lie close to the Kentucky border. Eyewitnesses to the fireball are encouraged to make a report to the American Meteor Society or to the Meteoroid Environment Office."
The smart cameras of Cooke's fireball network are able to calculate the orbits of incoming fireballs and backtrack their trajectories into the solar system. "The orbit of this interloper indicates that it came from the Asteroid Belt, with an aphelion well beyond the orbit of Mars."