A slow-moving fireball overflew the Atlantic Ocean, Portugal, and Spain at 04:38 UTC on April 11, 2023.
A bright daylight fireball was seen flashing across the sky over Israel around 14:16 UTC on April 16, 2023.
A bright daylight fireball exploded over Maine, U.S. at 15:52 UTC (11:52 EDT) on April 8, 2023, causing loud sonic booms and lighting up the daytime sky. Four radar sweeps recorded signatures consistent with falling meteorites, making this the first radar-observed meteorite fall seen in Maine.
A fireball brighter than the full Moon was observed over Toledo, Spain at 19:28 UTC (21:28 LT) on April 2, 2023. Numerous casual eyewitnesses reported the event on social networks.
A notable meteor was seen from Puerto Rico at about 23:34 UTC (19:34 LT) on Monday, March 20, 2023, looking in an easterly direction.
A bright fireball exploded over western Canada at 06:23 UTC on March 18, 2023.
A bright fireball was seen and recorded over Ontario, Canada at 03:06 UTC on March 7, 2023.
A long-lasting daylight fireball was recorded over southern California at 13:38 UTC (06:38 LT) on February 22, 2023.
A bright fireball was seen and recorded just south of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at 01:08 UTC on February 23, 2023. The event lasted between 3 and 7 seconds before the object disintegrated.
Authorities are investigating a possible meteorite impact in the city of Mission, south Texas, after numerous residents in the area reported an explosion that shook their homes on February 15, 2023. Our analysis points to a meteor exploding over south Texas, with some pieces surviving the atmospheric entry.