Very large fireball observed over London, UK

uk_fireball_17mar2016_seen_from_Wilcot_North_UKMON_f-1A very large fireball was observed over London, UK at 03:16 UTC on March 17, 2016. The event was first observed by UKMON’s Church Crookham station, northeast Hampshire, England. According to the United Kingdom Meteor Observation Network (UKMON), the fireball momentarily overloaded the camera with light. “Preliminary calculations estimate the brightens to be around -7 mag and explosion -14 mag. An estimated terminal altitude was just 30 – 34 km (18.6 – 21 miles),” UKMON’s Richard Kacerek said .Read More



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