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Like Us on Facebook The fiery ball, however, was not a UFO or a meteor. Experts said it was a piece of space ... the military's Joint Space Operations Center at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California also issued an …
chinatopix.com · 7/1/2015
The military’s Joint Space Operations Center at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, which issued Monday’s assessment ... the object was traveling too slowly to be a meteor or a fireball. “Looking at the video, the way it broke into pieces ...
Atlanta Journal Constitution · 6/30/2015
Sky fireball mystery
Traveling at approximately 40,000 mph when it entered Earth’s atmosphere, the meteor burst at an altitude of about 97,000 feet and released about 500 kilotons of energy—roughly 25 times more energy released by …
Motherboard · 6/28/2015
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Bright flashes of light lit up the sky in California on Wednesday night, setting social meteor ablaze with what were likely long-lasting meteor streams known as the South Taurids, according to experts that spoke to USA Today. Residents flooded 911 call ...
Travelers Today · 11/7/2013
A meteor that flew through the California sky in April broke the speed record for atmospheric entry as it streaked through the sky as a massive fireball. The incident took place on April 22 over northern California’s gold country, reports the Scientific ...
The Inquisitr · 12/21/2012
A massive fireball hurtled above Californian on Wednesday night in what forecasters said was most likely a meteor streaking across the sky. Residents from Santa Barbara to San Diego reported seeing the dazzling sight from around 8pm, the National …
Daily Mail · 11/7/2013
Update: See our latest observing guide and preview for the weekend Orionid meteor shower here:Orionid Meteor Shower Peaks Tonight: How to Watch Online A spectacular meteor lit up the sky over California Wednesday night (Oct. 17) just days before a …
Space · ByTariq Malik · 10/18/2012
A fireball lit up the sky over Southern California around 8 p.m. Wednesday, and scientists are saying that it may have been part of a South Taurid meteor shower. Video from a security camera sent by a viewer to a CBS television news affiliate, KCAL9, in ...
New York Times Blogs Thelede · ByJennifer Preston · 11/7/2013
People in southern California have reported seeing a fireball that forecasters said was most likely a meteor streaking across the sky. The sightings were made by people from Santa Barbara down to San Diego starting at around 8pm local time on Wednesday.
Sky News HD · 11/8/2013
People from San Diego to Riverside to Anaheim to Los Angeles reported seeing a bright flash in the sky late Monday evening, a short-lived thrill that was likely caused by a meteor. If you're looking for a story about the likely meteor shower on Wednesday ...
U-T San Diego · ByGary Robbins · 9/17/2013