A bright fireball was seen and recorded streaking through the night sky over southern Texas around 19:59 CST on December 10, 2018 (01:59 UTC, December 11). The event lasted 7 seconds before the object disappeared in a bright flash.
The American Meteor Society received 49 reports by 19:00 UTC today, most of them from San Antonio and Austin, TX.
Texas fireball trajectory and heatmap - December 11, 2018. Credit: AMS
Image credit: A. Hutton, AMS
Featured image credit: K. Palivec, AMS
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