A large fireball was recorded east of Columbus at 00:33 UTC on December 2, 2022. The event lasted more than 10 seconds.
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 bright Taurid fireball was seen off the coast of Massachusetts and Rhode Island at 01:05 UTC on November 4, 2022 (21:05 EDT, November 3). This fireball was bright enough to be detected by the Geostationary Lightning Mapper onboard the GOES-16 satellite.
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).
A bright daylight meteor produced a sonic boom over northern Utah at 14:31 UTC (08:31 LT) on Saturday, August 13, 2022.
A very bright fireball was seen over Virginia and Maryland, U.S. at 01:52 UTC on July 29, 2022. At its brightest, the fireball was about 2 times brighter than the Full Moon.
A very bright fireball was seen over Texas, U.S. at around 03:24 UTC on July 25, 2022. A delayed sonic boom was associated with this event, indicating that pieces of the object might have survived down to the ground.
A very bright fireball was seen over Indiana and surrounding states at 05:52 UTC on July 22, 2022.
A bright fireball streaked through the night sky over Houston, Texas, U.S. at around 07:06 UTC on February 18, 2022. The American Meteor Society (AMS) received 15 reports and two videos about this event. Fireball over Houston, TX on February 18, 2022 – heatmap….
A slow-moving fireball was recorded over Austin, Texas at around 06:06 UTC on January 29, 2022. The event lasted about 12 seconds. The American Meteor Society (AMS) received 72 reports from users in Coahuila de Zaragoza, Mexico, and Texas. Fireball over Austin,…