A very bright fireball streaked across the sky over São Paulo, Brazil at 01:19 UTC on March 18, 2018 (22:19 local time, March 17).
The event lasted several seconds and was seen from the region of Campinas, Itu and Limera and recorded by three Exoss network cameras.
The American Meteor Society (AMS) and International Meteor Organization (IMO) received just one report about this event.
If you witnessed this meteor, you can submit your report to Exoss at exoss.imo.net. They will share it with AMS and IMO.
Featured image: Bright fireball over São Paulo on March 18, 2018. Credit: Exoss
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