A bright fireball was seen and recorded streaking through the night sky over Florida at 03:52 UTC on March 31, 2019. The event lasted several seconds before the object disintegrated.
The American Meteor Society (AMS) received 248 eyewitness reports by 10:00 UTC on April 1. Most of the reports came in from Tampa, Orlando, Jacksonville and Tallahassee, Florida but reports were also received from southern Georgia and Montgomery, Alabama.
Florida fireball March 31, 2019 - heatmap. Credit: AMS
Cap a les 4 de la matinada d'avui diumenge 31 de març, s'ha vist una gran bola blavosa/verdosa sobre #Florida #USA. En el vídeo s'observa com un bòlid #Fireball #Meteor ha il·luminat el cel de nit. Aquestes imatges s'han gravat a la ciutat #Gainesville. Font: Abbadon21. pic.twitter.com/JwiqiC6tVT— Barrufet del temps (@MeteoBarrufet) March 31, 2019
The organization received 4 videos and one photo of the event.
Featured image: Florida fireball March 31, 2019. Credit: Jeffrey Cardona, AMS
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