A very bright fireball streaked through the night sky over the Mediterranean Sea at 20:39 UTC on August 16, 2019.
The American Meteor Society (AMS) received 92 reports from Italy, southern France and Sardinia, Spain and northern Tunis.
Fireball over the Mediterranean Sea on August 16, 2019. Credit: Enrico C., AMS
Fireball over the Mediterranean Sea on August 16, 2019 - heatmap. Credit: AMS
Gracias a @RedSpmn por su ayuda para darle forma a nuestra estación de vídeo detección de bólidos, a Albert por el aviso, y a todos los que forman parte del grupo de bólidos de @IbizaAstronomia AAE, porque el proyecto ya es una realidad y está dando sus frutos. #bólido #meteoro pic.twitter.com/AXRkV4zewx— AAE (@IbizaAstronomia) August 17, 2019
Featured image: Fireball over the Mediterranean Sea on August 16, 2019. Credit: Enrico C., AMS
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