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Meteor fireball flies across Kansas sky

There were several reports Sunday night and early Monday morning of a fireball lighting up the sky, including right here in Kansas.

Zackery Cheney submitted the video to Eyewitness News that he captured Sunday night near Andale.

Cheney said he was northbound on Andale Road, about four miles south of Andale when his dash cam caught what appears to be a ball of light shoot across the sky then dissolve.

According to the American Meteor Society, there were 31 reports of fireballs in the sky between Sunday night and Monday morning. Reports were made in the neighboring states of Colorado, Nebraska and Oklahoma and as far away as Texas, Wisconsin, New York, England and Scotland.

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Loud blast recorded on dashcam as meteorite explodes over Sarawak, Indonesia - Locals felt earth shake

Fireball sonic Boom
© The Star
Kota Kinabalu: The mysterious explosion heard by many in Sipitang, Labuan, Lawas (Sarawak), and parts close to these areas on Sunday (Jan 31) could have been a sonic boom or a meteorite which exploded in mid-air.

The Astronomical Society of Brunei Darussalam (PABD) said it received numerous reports from Bruneians who also heard the mysterious loud noise.

The PABD then issued a notice seeking eyewitness accounts of the phenomenon, which is believed to have occurred at about 11am.

Some Bruneians later shared their experiences and uploaded blurry pictures of what appears to be a fireball trailing smoke to PABD's Facebook page.

Comment: Dashcam footage of the event has just emerged on Twitter:


Blazing meteor fireball streaks through the sky over Granada, Spain

Blazing Asteroid Streaks Through The Sky

Blazing Asteroid Streaks Through The Sky Over Granada at 83,000 kilometres Per Hour.
An asteroid that entered the earth's atmosphere at a speed of about 83,000 kilometres per hour flew over the sky of the Andalucían province of Granada at 1.19 pm today, Friday.

Due to its high luminosity, it could be seen from the south to the centre of the country. Astrophysicist José María Madiedo, of the Institute of Astrophysics of Andalusia, of the Higher Council for Scientific research tweeted the news this afternoon to his thousands of anxious star watchers.


Meteor fireball seen over northern Europe

This video has been uploaded on the American Meteor Society Website. AMS Event: 589-2021, Report (589j-2021) -Tauche DEnMore info here: AMS Event#589-2021

Credit:AllSky7.net - AMS22 Lindenberg - Andr Knfel

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Meteor fireball filmed by dash cam over Zagreb, Croatia

Our colleague Mario from Vidilab, found himself on the highway at 3:50 p.m. On some 20 minutes drive from Karlovac to Zagreb, the dash cam camera of his car recorded a nice meteor crash, as you can see in this video.

There was no explosion which is sometimes created when a slightly larger space rock explodes in a collision with the atmosphere. It seems that the meteor (or meteroid) did not hit the ground, which would allow it to be called a meteorite and probably evaporated in the atmosphere, but if you find a suspicious pebble in that location or see a crater on the ground, you may come into possession of a space body.

(Translated by Google)


Explosive 'boom' noise heard in parts of northwest Georgia

Mystery boom (stock)
An explosive booming noise has people up in northwest Georgia scratching their heads - including 911 operators.

On Facebook, Floyd County E-911 reported that the county call center received multiple calls regarding "some type of loud boom or explosion" in the area of Lindale Mill.

The agency also added that it received calls from the Jamestown, Twickenham, Hampton East, Eden Valley, Maple, Darlington and Saddle Mountain areas as well as the Zaxby's on Turner McCall.

Some reports suggested the noise shook their homes and windows. However, units who responded to these calls have yet to suggest what exactly may have caused the noise - or noises.


Mystery loud bang heard across Tameside, England caught on camera

Boom in Tameside, England
© Andy Robertson
Mystery surrounds a loud bang which boomed out across Tameside on Sunday night.

Residents in Audenshaw, Denton, Dukinfield reported hearing the noise just before 10pm, with some also saying they saw a flash of orange light.

CCTV footage from one property in Denton, sent to the Manchester Evening News captured the deafening noise at 9.53pm.

Nobody seems to know what caused the sound.


Loud boom in Bali's Buleleng allegedly due to exploding meteor fireball

space rock
Residents in Buleleng, Bali, and its surrounding areas were shocked by a loud boom on Sunday morning, January 24. The earthquake sensor of the Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) recorded it as an anomaly.

The agency's coordinator for earthquake and tsunami mitigation, Daryono, confirmed that many questioned the mysterious bang. Some were shocked that the loud boom rattled windows. Some also claimed they saw a meteor falling in the north or Bali sea.

"It goes viral on social media as many report loud rumbles, especially those in northern Bali," said Daryono on Sunday, January 24.

One of three BMKG's seismographs in Singaraja detected the tremor at 10:27 Central Indonesian Time (WITA) for about 20 seconds. "After being analyzed, the vibration was not caused by an earthquake," he concluded.

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Meteor fireball lights up Northern Hungarian skies

Meteor over Hungary
© Daily News Hungray
Thanks to a lucky camera position, the following video captures a fireball flashing over Sokorópátka. According to HVG, an unexpected meteor crossed the sky in Sokorópátka, Győr-Moson-Sopron County this week. One of the users of Időkép, Károly Boráros, sent a video to the portal, as his camera was looking right in the direction of the fireball.

A commenter on YouTube wrote that the meteor could also be seen from eastern Poland. He noticed it at 2 AM as he looked out the window at the landscape, but because of the sudden brightness he didn't know how to identify the phenomenon.

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Green meteor fireball reported over the Netherlands and Belgium

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© René van Oostveen
A green meteor fireball was spotted by many in the early morning, around 7.50 AM, on Friday January, 22nd, across large parts of the Netherlands and some parts of Belgium. Twitter users described the fireball as a "green ball" or a "green flash of light". One Twitter user wrote: "Very bright meteor was visible around 7.52 AM which was moving south." According to meteorologist Michiel Severin, reports about the fireball mostly came from northern, mid, and western parts of the Netherlands.