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'Rattled my whole trailer': Mysterious boom heard, felt in Delta, Colorado -
01 Jan 2019
"It wasn't really a boom, and it wasn't really a crash, it was more like a big
thud. Like, somebody walked up to the trailer, and just hit it with a
sledgehammer or something," said resident Tom Simmons.
"I've heard what sounds like gunshots going off sometimes, but nothing that
loud. It sounded like a cannon or something going off," said resident Brandon
Bright meteor fireball captured over western Japan, 'bang and rumbling'
reported - 03 Jan 2019
A flying fireball was seen over a wide area of western Japan early Thursday,
with astronomical experts saying it may have been caused by a meteor.
Masayoshi Ueda, a 67-year-old amateur astronomer, successfully captured images
of the object around 4:50 a.m. Thursday at his home in Habikino in Osaka
Strange sounds heard in Greenland's skies - 04 Jan 2019
YouTube user 'Finn Enoksen' uploaded video footage of strange sounds he heard in
the skies of Greenland on January 4th:
Astronomer says meteor fireball sighted over New Zealand the brightest he's ever
seen - UPDATE: Space Junk reentry - 05 Jan 2019
A bright fireball has been spotted shooting across New Zealand skies.
Kiwis across the country have reported witnessing the event which occurred about
9pm on Saturday.
Astronomer Dr Grant Christie, who has been working in astronomy for over 50
years, told 1 NEWS he has never seen a fireball so bright.
He said it appears the fireball burned out about 100km above Earth.
Update: According to the American Meteor Society this was not a meteor fireball
but a Space Junk reentry - almost certainly the reentry of Kosmos 2430, a
defunct Russian Early Warning satellite.
Meteor or Russian Satellite? Fireball in New Zealand Sky Leaves Users
Guessing - 06.01.2019
A bright fireball has been spotted flying across New Zealand’s skies; with
reports suggesting that the phenomenon occurred about 9 p.m. local time [8 a.m.
GMT] on Saturday.
No word on what caused mysterious 'boom' heard, felt across northern Utah -
05 Jan 2019
People across northern Utah reported feeling and hearing what seemed like a
sonic boom Saturday.
The boom happened around 11 a.m. and was especially felt in Ogden and
Most felt it was a sonic boom caused by jets or other aircraft at Hill Air Force
Base. We checked with Hill though, and they say it wasn't them.
Mysterious house-shaking 'boom' cracks across northern Indiana (again) - 06
What seemed clear was a massive metallic-like explosion was heard and felt
around 3:30 p.m. Saturday apparently somewhere in the area of Millersburg,
Benton and New Paris - communities where this "boom"
seemed to have the strongest effect, according to Facebook posts.
Strange lights in the sky spark interest in west Texas - 08 Jan 2019
The National Weather Service tells us its due to light refraction after a
temperature inversion this evening.
We'll break down what that means later on CBS7 News at 10:00. In the meantime,
send us your video or pictures at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Our CBS7 Facebook page.
'Green flash' spotted in the skies above Nottinghamshire, UK - 09 Jan
Debbie Pickard, of Ilkeston in Derbyshire, said she saw "three flashes of green
light" as she looked out of her office window during the evening on January 8.
The 37-year-old principal added: "It was as if something shot through the
houses. It did not look very high and it looked like it was travelling
Hundreds report seeing bright meteor fireball over East Coast, US - 09 Jan
The non-profit American Meteor Society said most reports of the fireball were
consistent with a timeframe between 6:35-6:45 a.m. on Wednesday morning. Other
witnesses in eastern North Carolina and Virginia
said they saw a red fireball with a "glowing white train" around 11:40 p.m.
"Based on our first analysis, it looks like the event was a fireball," the AMS
wrote in a blog post on the event. "A fireball is another term for a very bright
meteor, generally brighter than magnitude -4,
which is about the same magnitude of the planet Venus as seen in the morning or
Dash cam captures meteor fireball flying over southern British Columbia -
09 Jan 2019
Jeremiah Hyslop was on his way home to West Kelowna just after midnight when he
saw a flash of light streak across the sky.
"At the time I actually thought it was an airplane going down because it was
that size and shape," Hyslop said.
When the streak of light quickly grew larger, he knew he was watching a meteor.
Strange noise heard in the skies of Malacca, Malaysia - 09 Jan 2019
On January 9, 2019, YouTube user 'suraya' posted video footage of strange noises
he heard in the skies of Malacca, Malaysia:
Meteor fireball lights up night sky over Edmonton, Alberta - 11 Jan 2019
Mark Zalcik, an amateur astronomer with the Royal Astronomical Society of
Canada, also spotted the fireball low in the sky. He was parked in north
Edmonton when something caught his eye.
"I was just looking out the windshield and just out of the corner of my eye, I
saw a bright light moving light and as I focused in on it, it disappeared behind
some trees," Zalcik said in an interview with CBC News on Friday.
"It was a pretty bright fireball. It was a deep orange colour and it left behind
kind of an orange-coloured wake."
Giant fireball caught on home security cameras in Michigan - 14 Jan 2019
Dan Kloosterman's home security camera in Byron Center was facing in just the
right direction to catch the glorious sight at 3:10 a.m. Friday. In Plainfield
Township, Christine Ford's security camera got the image from another angle.
Mystery surrounds 'massive flash and boom' over Somerset, UK - 15 Jan
He said: "At approximately 9:55 pm, there was a massive flash in the night sky.
A trail was visible but dissipated quickly.
"Roughly five minutes later there was a deep boom which disturbed the grouse. It
was pretty dramatic.
Meteor fireball reported over Cape Town, South Africa - 17 Jan 2019
A bright meteor exploded over Cape Town, South Africa around 18:05 UTC on
January 16, 2019 (20:05 local time). Bright light produced by the object was
followed by very loud sound and ground shaking.
Bright meteor fireball blazes over Shetland, Scotland - 20 Jan 2019
LOCAL astronomers agree that a fireball seen over Sumburgh airport on Friday
evening was a sporadic meteor.
The meteor was captured by one of the Sumburgh Head cliff cameras operated by
Shetland Webcam and shared on You Tube.
Meteor fireball seen flying over eastern Texas - 19 Jan 2019 - 19 Jan
The American Meteor Society posted a clip of a fireball seen over western Texas
on January 19th:
Mysterious 'earth-shaking sound' rocks southeastern K23tucky - 23 Jan 2019
Bright meteor fireball seen over the province of Albacete, Spain - 27 Jan
The meteor on this video was recorded over Spain on 2019 January 27 at 0:22
local time (equivalent to 23:22 universal time on Jan. 26). It was generated by
a rock from a comet that hit the atmosphere at
about 80,000 km/h. It began over the province of Albacete at an altitude of
about 97 km, and ended at a height of around 65 km.
Loud boom, rumble heard in Panama City Beach, Florida - 29 Jan 2019
Meteor fireball seen over England, Northern Ireland and Scotland - 30 Jan
On January 30, 2019, the American Meteor Society published footage of a fireball
event on their YouTube channel. The meteor was reportedly seen over England,
Northern Ireland and Scotland:
Mysterious boom rattles residents and homes in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -
31 Jan 2019
Meteor fireball flies over Arizona, California, Nevada and New Mexico - 01
he first clip was recorded in Corona, California; the second in Pasadena,
A meteorite just hit Cuba - 01 Feb 2019
Meteor EXPLODES, shatters windows in Pinar del Río, Cuba - after streaking over
Florida Keys - 01 Feb 2019
Watch: Ear-Piercing Explosion, Smoke-Trail As Meteor Plummets To Earth In
Both residents and tourists in the town of Vinales, located in western Cuba,
claim to have witnessed a flare passing through the sky that was followed by a
massive explosion – an incident that state media and NASA-affiliated
organizations are attributing to a meteorite.
Last Friday, a "ball of fire and smoke trails" appeared in the sky and people in
the area claimed that there was a rain of small black stones that didn’t cause
any injuries or damage in Pinar del Rio province.
Meteorito en Viñales (Pinar del Río) 1.02.2019 - Feb 1, 2019
Mysterious booms rock two counties in eastern North Carolina - 03 Feb
It rattles windows and wakes people up at night. Neighbors along the Wake and
Franklin counties line contacted CBS 17 saying they've been hearing loud blasts
late at night or early in the morning.
Home surveillance camera captures mysterious boom in New Orleans, Louisiana
- 05 Feb 2019
A story that began in Mid-City, has taken crews to Harahan, River Ridge and
Wagaman. Now we go to Lakeview, where late Monday night, the mysterious 'booms'
were heard again.
Mysterious booms reported in the Tucson, Arizona area - 05 Feb 2019
he latest struck this morning, Tuesday, Feb 5, at 8:39 a.m.
Amazing meteor fireball over the Mediterranean Sea on 6th Feb - 06 Feb
This stunning meteor was recorded over the Mediterranean Sea on 2019 February 6
at 1:33 local time (equivalent to 0:33 universal time). It was generated by a
rock from an asteroid that hit the atmosphere at about 72,000 km/h. It began
over at an altitude of about116 km over the sea, and ended at a height of around
58 km. The event was brighter than the Full Moon.
Spate of mysterious booms rattle people from Arizona to New York - 7 Feb
Likely meteor fireball trail spotted in Colorado - 08 Feb 2019
But this likely meteor trail wasn't tiny. Some 11 News viewers claim they saw a
large flash of light that broke into two pieces at about 6:11 on Thursday night.
Hunt on for meteor fireball seen across Victoria, Australia - 09 Feb
The hunt is on for a meteor - and video footage showing its path - that was seen
across Victoria on Friday (8 Feb) and which could have landed east of the
Stawell resident Andrea Cooper told the Mail-Times she and others in the
Ledcourt, Halls Gap and Grampians areas heard a rumble and sonic boom at about
3.50pm. Apparently it was the entry area of the meteor that went over Melbourne
Possible Meteor Entry Southeast Of Valencia, Venezuela - 9 February 2019
At approximately 7:15PM Saturday 9th February 2019, a possible meteor entered
the Earth’s atmosphere, lighting up the sky across East-Central Venezuela.
The GOES-16 Lightning Mapper (GLM) may have caught the flash from the meteor’s
entry, as the rock burnt upon entering the atmosphere.
What is more astounding from this event is the possibility that this meteor may
have exploded within the atmosphere and meteorites may have landed in the open
fields near San Francisco de Tiznados, Venezuela.
Venezuela, similar to Trinidad and Tobago, are experiencing a fairly dry, dry
season. Hence, they too are experiencing an increased number of wild/bush fires
across the country. However, in an area very near to to location of the possible
entry location of this meteor, a fire was detected on the ground, near minutes
after the meteor was detected.
Bright meteor fireball soars over Venezuela - 10 Feb 2019
There were no official reports on whether it was indeed a meteorite, as well as
no reports on possible damage done by the object.
Bright fireball over Venezuela caught on video, prompts 'meteor' suggestions
- 10 Feb 2019
The first videos of a mysterious bright object appeared on social media on
Saturday night. Most eyewitnesses captured the fireball while out filming at
But all the recordings had something in common: the light from the fireball was
so bright that nothing else would immediately come into focus for the authors of
the various pieces of footage.
Jim Stone - February 11/12 2019
Meteor in Venezuela
I think I hit a nerve with the meteor in Venezuela
report, because ever since posting it, all donations have been blocked. The one that did "get through" was one I sent through, but a
call to people in the U.S. confirmed it is blocked and whatever systems they
have in place allowed my test to go through. This report on Alex, and possible
permanent blockage (it could just be Fundrazr) of this site, in conjunction with
several other alt media sites getting defunded in recent days means there's an
enormous push underway to wipe out all dissenting voices. Facism is doing most
of the work, but as it turns out, Alex overcame that so now they are going to
try to crush him directly with the federal government itself.
This is just to repeat and clarify a very important story.
On Saturday, a "meteor" hit Venezuela, was seen by the entire country and
sparked a large fire in the middle of a populated area. It stayed bright all the
way to the ground and flashed when it hit. Very suspiciously, this meteor did
not make the news anywhere except briefly on Sputnik news and the Venezuelan
media, which both posted video that was not from the meteor strike. Sputnik
posted the recent Mexican meteor which went dark before it hit, and the
Venezuelan media posted aerial pyrotechnic footage. Very odd.
However, people posted the actual footage of the meteor on Twitter (which I have
linked below here, ) and it perfectly matched what an incoming ballistic missile
looks like. Ballistic missiles have re-entry like any other space launch and the
warheads look like meteors coming in. What sets them
apart from normal meteors is the angle of approach, their color, plus they stay
bright until they hit and they flash when they hit, from the ordnance going
I expected the news to be dominated with a meteor that was enough to be seen for
hundreds of miles and spark fires where it came down (when has that ever
happened?) to dominate the news cycle, yet nothing happened. WHY? Why were fakes
of the event used instead of the real footage, posted by witnesses, including of
the fire where it hit? Short answer: Because if it was a missile, which it sure
looked like, and a warning shot to Maduro, someone gave an order of silence and
this will NOT be news. It will be interesting to see where Venezuela turns in
the next few days.
Note: Jim put this up, then he took it down. This was recovered from
Google before they changed it. Still looks like a meteor to me.
Update to the meteor report below:
ALL media sources are now calling it an "alleged" meteor with some speculating
it was a ballistic missile, as I have. IMPORTANT: There are many false videos of
this and even the MSM is using them. The two most notable are one where it turns
before hitting, (this was an airshow with an airplane that had sparklers) and
the other is where it looks orange and vanishes before it actually hits (this
was the Mexican meteor.) The real videos have it bright bluish green all the way
to the ground without it slowing down, and it flashes when it hits. Many others
are, as I initially speculated, suspicious this was a ballistic missile re-
entry, even the ones Yemen launches look like this, they all burn bright on re-
entry. If that is what this was, we probably won't get any daytime video of
where the impact was because it will all get expunged (the night time videos of
the flaming aftermath did get posted) but there's no way to see what actually
happened in them, other than that the area was burning afterward.
About the meteor post below: There had better be a giant bolide and lots of
meteor debris along with a large crater if this really was a meteor. Still
waiting for the sun to come up . . . .
AN HIGHLY PROBABLE: ICBM WARNING SHOT WAS JUST SENT TO VENEZUELA
Posted at approximately 8:30 PM CST Feb 9
I AM CALLING IT. NO METEOR HIT VENEZUELA, THIS WAS FAR MORE LIKELY AN ICBM
WARNING SHOT, AND THERE IS HISTORIC PRECEDENT TO PROVE IT.
MY CONCLUSION: This was an ICBM re-entry and impact, with a very low yield
conventional round on it, sent as a warning shot to Maduro. Obviously it could
also have been a legit meteor, but with the trajectory and characteristics
matching the re-entry of Russian ICBM's (America's can't be too different, the
tech is the same,) plus the bright flash just like a bomb, plus the firey
aftermath which we have never seen from a meteor before, I seriously, and I mean
seriously doubt this was a meteor.FACT: We have not ever had video of flames on
the ground from a meteor impact, have we? Not EVER. Why Venezuela? Why now???
Russian satellite spots baffling bursts of light above EARTH that science can’t
explain - 12 Feb 2019
Luminous flashes like these are normally explained by weather events, but the
skies underneath the satellite were clear, with no storms, lightning, or clouds
in sight. “What caused the explosions is an open
question,” Panasyuk said.
Russian Satellite Registers Unknown Physical Phenomena in Earth's Atmosphere
An ultraviolet telescope installed on the Russian satellite Lomonosov has
registered light "explosions" in the planet's atmosphere, whose physical nature
has not been explained so far, the director of the Research Institute of Nuclear
Physics at the Russian State University said in an interview with Sputnik.
'Aurora-like airglow' in the sky as meteor passes over central Wales, UK -
11 Feb 2019
A meteor enters the earth's atmosphere over the snowy hills of the Elan Valley
in Powys while ethereal green 'airglow' spreads across the sky.
Dashcam captures meteor fireball flying over northern Spain - 13 Feb
YouTube user 'fabian ciobanu' uploaded footage from his dashcam of a fireball
flying over El Astillero, Spain on February 12th:
Meteor fireball spotted over Sugarland, Texas - 13 Feb 2019
He captured the moment while driving along Industrial Boulevard Cross near
Highway 90 on Tuesday just before 7 p.m. (02/12/2019)
Meteor fireball blazes over Florida night sky - UPDATE - 13 Feb 2019
The meteor that streaked across the skies of Central Florida on Tuesday was a
"large fireball" that likely exploded over the Atlantic Ocean with the energy of
a tenth of a kiloton - or the explosive force equal to that of 100 tons of TNT,
according to a sky watcher group.
"We're still processing the data, but it was large, maybe a foot across," said
Dwayne Free, director of the Spalding Allsky Camera Network which provides data
to NASA's Planetary Defense Office's Asteroid Threat Assessment Project in
Meteor fireball caught on doorbell camera in Anchorage - 14 Feb 2019
A "Fireball events" page by the American Meteor Society lists a sighting of the
meteor at 7:43 a.m. Alaska Time Wednesday morning. Of those who reported the
sighting there, two reported seeing it fragment, and one did not.
Mysterious house-shaking booms reported in Louisville, Kentucky - 14 Feb
"The general time seems to be 8:00 pm to 8:30 p.m.," Whitfield says. Other
neighbors have reported hearing the booms as late at 10:40 p.m. and as early as
4:00 a.m. Some even say they've seen a flash of light associated with it.
Mysterious fireball spotted over Cornwall, UK - 15 Feb 2019
It was reported over Crackington Haven at about 10.30pm and the Kernow Weather
Team (KWT) received another report of the sighting over West Cornwall at about
Its post reads: "Strange sighting over West Cornwall, February 14, 2019, 10.15pm
"We have tonight, had a report of one of our followers seeing what can only be
described as a large meteor or fireball, lots of flames coming from it.
Meteor fireball sighted in 5 countries in Europe, photographed by 3 sky
cameras - 15 Feb 2019
A large fireball, initially reported by the members of the public from 5
different countries, also known as IMO 741-2019 event.
15 February 2019 at 20:09 roughly over Antwerpen the Belgian meteor network has
recorded a large meteor, known as a fireball.
The fireball has been spotted as far as Stuttgart, London and Versailles. UKMON
camera in Blackfield has also recorded the same event.
Meteor fireball explodes above French island ?of Mayotte - 18 Feb 2019
A meteor has exploded above the island Mayotte, sparking concern on the French
overseas department, located near Madagascar off the eastern coast of Africa.
It later became clear a meteor had entered the Earth's atmosphere above Mayotte.
One resident said: "It's gone in the direction of the sea. It was a ball of fire
that had a kind of tail and was going very fast.
The incident took place at around 9.30pm local time (6.30pm GMT).
Mayotte METEOR: Panic as 'FIREBALL' causes huge outburst above French
islands - Feb. 18, 2019
- Secondary Data
Apollo space program - Jan 4, 2019
China Lands on FAR SIDE of Moon - Alien Base Photos Imminent?
Holy Crap, the Moon Was Struck by a Meteorite During the ‘Super Wolf Blood Moon’
Eclipse - Jan. 22, 2019
Astronomical odds? Meteor strikes moon during 'Super Wolf Blood Moon'
eclipse - 22 Jan 2019
Scientists Solve the Mystery of Super Blood Wolf Moon Explosion (VIDEO)
Having studied videos of the impact, recorded by amateur astronomers, the
scientists surmised that the impact generated energy equal to about 0.9 – 1.8
tons of TNT, with the meteoroid itself being about 30-
50 cm wide and weighing between 20 and 100 kg.
The Super Blood Wolf Moon is seen near a statue during a lunar eclipse on
Brussels' Grand Place, Belgium, January 21, 2019
The research team also concluded that, if their findings are correct, the impact
crater should have a diameter of about 7 to 15 meters and can therefore be
detected by prospecting lunar probes.