Astronomic Society Sarajevo reported bright fireball bolid which entered the atmosphere with multiple explosions above Bosnian capital Sarajevo early on November 2, 2013.
The body was recorded as magnitude -9 and was entering our atmosphere at speed of 20 km per second. The meteor exploded at height of 30 km above ground so its possible that meteorites fell somewhere on the ground, possibly around Zenica-Bugojno-Travnik triangle.
Cameras at Gradacac and Sarajevo recorded bright fireball above Sarajevo (Credit: AD Orion/BiHMM)
This is the brightest body that was recorded by Bosnian meteor net, led by AD Orion and Federal Hydrometeorological Institute in Sarajevo.
Astronomical Society in Sarajevo provided Google Earth map showing fireball entry route (Credit: AD Orion/GoogleEarth)
Featured image: Bright fireball recorded over Sarajevo on November 2, 2013 (Credit: AD Orion)
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