A bright fireball was seen streaking across the sky above the Netherlands at 21:30 UTC on June 29, 2018. The event lasted between 3 and 7 seconds before the object disintegrated.
The fireball was seen over Vlaanderen, Friesland, Noord-Brabant, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Gelderland, Limburg, Utrecht, Flevoland, Zuid-Holland, Drenthe, Bruxelles, Overijssel, Zeeland, Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest, Noord-Holland, Wallonie, England, Groningen, Niedersachsen, Waals Gewest and North Holland, according to the International Meteor Organization who received 112 reports by 12:00 UTC, June 30.
Heatmap and trajectory of fireball over the Netherlands on June 29, 2018. Credit: IMO
The IMO has so far received only one image of this object:
Here is a first picture of the Dutch fireball that enlighted the sky 40 minutes ago. Image credit: Johan Pieper, from Kerkrade (NL)
If you observed it, please report: https://t.co/Pr5XOqcZE3 pic.twitter.com/6Q0LAOf58U
— IMO Meteor Org. (@IMOmeteors) June 29, 2018
If you witnessed this event, please submit your report/video/image at the following link: http://fireballs.imo.net/members/imo/report_intro
Featured image: Bright fireball over the Netherlands on June 29, 2018.
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