Multiple meteor fireballs disintegrate in the sky over the US and the UK in the last few days

Is the sky falling on us?

More than 7 fireballs were reported disintegrating in the US and the UK in the last four days!

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Photographer Prasenjeet Yadav shot a rather rare photograph with a green meteor up in the sky and the twinkling lights of the town below (Mettupalayam) on October 9, 2015.

A bright flash in the sky was caught in the sky around 6:16 a.m. on January 30, 2017. It was a short trail, exploding fireball that lasted around three seconds.

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There were several sightings in Collierville and scattered reports from Louisville, KY to Austin, TX. Check out the map to see all the sightings as of 9:30 a.m. via Arkansassky

There were several sightings in Collierville and scattered reports from Louisville, KY to Austin, TX.

This other fireball was seen flying over Huntersville, NC on January 25, 2017:

Just a few hours before, several people reported hearing two large “bangs” and felt the earth shake just after 3 p.m. in San Diego. Moreover, a mysterious burning light was seen hovering over Brigshaw High School in Allerton Bywater, Leeds, at around 4.30pm on January 24, 2017.

This bright meteor fireball was caught by a webcam located in Marshall, Arkansas Credit:William P. Mattison on 1/23/2017:

The next bright meteor captured on 22 Jan 2017 by Exeter Observatory’s camera:

A day before, 21st January 2017 at 9.32pm, this space rock was captured in the sky above Donegal, Ireland<.

Fire in the sky!

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8 COMMENTS

  1. I saw one near Southport, IN around 4:00pm today, Jan 30. It looked just like some of the above videos. Is there a place I can send a picture?

  2. In Virginia Beach VA on January 26th around 7:30 PM my sister and I saw light as we were at an intersection.
    Round orb no tail and it looked low…….then it just disappeared. I lost sleep over it.

  3. I remember seeing a bright bluish fireball early one morning in January 2000 in southeast Alabama. I was out on my farm around 4 am and the sky and surrounding area lit up a brilliant bluish-white as if lightning had struck nearby. I looked up and saw a bright bluish-white fireball. It had a long tail and appeared to be low in the sky and moving slowly. After about 3 seconds it faded out. A truly astonishing experience!

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