A large fireball was recorded east of Columbus at 00:33 UTC on December 2, 2022. The event lasted more than 10 seconds.
A very bright fireball was seen entering our atmosphere over southern Brazil and exploding over the state of Rio Grande do Sul early Monday morning, November 28, 2022. The meteor had a duration of 1.8 seconds and a magnitude of -12.
This video shows the atmospheric trajectory of some of the brightest fireballs recorded by the Southwestern Europe Meteor Network (SWEMN) from La Hita Astronomical Observatory (Toledo, Spain) in 2022.
This fireball — brighter than the full moon — streaked through the night sky over southern France at 00:00 UTC on November 6, 2022.
A bright daylight fireball was seen over Arizona, U.S. at around 18:48 UTC on November 6, 2022 (11:47 MST). The event was recorded on video and registered by GOES-East and -West satellites.
A very bright fireball was observed over Portugal and Spain at 22:42 UTC on November 2, 2022. This bright meteor was recorded in the framework of the SMART project, operated by the Southwestern Europe Meteor Network (SWEMN) from the meteor-observing stations located at Huelva, La Hita, CAHA, OSN, La Sagra, Sevilla, and El Aljarafe.
A very bright fireball was streaked through the night sky over northern California at 02:27 UTC on November 5, 2022 (19:27 PDT, November 4).
This footage from Gaustatoppen in Norway shows a rare meteor cluster recorded at 03:54 UTC on October 30, 2022.
A very bright fireball was observed streaking through the night sky over Arizona and Nevada at 01:53 UTC on October 25, 2022. The event was seen by people from Utah to California and detected by a NASA all-sky meteor camera at the MMTO observatory in southern Arizona and several internet-accessible cameras in the region.
A very bright fireball was recorded over southern Spain at 18:46 UTC on October 14, 2022., briefly turning night into day.