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11 Nov. 2018

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  1. IMPACT THREAT LEVEL YELLOW07/01/18 to 09/01/18
  2. IMPACT THREAT LEVEL ORANGE09/01/18 to 09/24/18
  3. IMPACT THREAT LEVEL RED09/25/18 to 10/31/18
    • 2012 Meteor Shower Calendar
    • Fireball Sightings Log: 2018 (UTC) EVENTS: M10- 50, L51-150, H151+ "> The Latest Worldwide Meteor / Fireball Reports - Summary
    • DATE/REPORTS
      • 25 SEP/15 EVENTS 15
      • 26 SEP/17 EVENTS 17
      • 27 SEP/14 EVENTS 14
      • 28 SEP/19 EVENTS 19
      • 29 SEP/14 EVENTS 14
      • 30 SEP/11 EVENTS 11
      • 01 OCT/12 EVENTS M-1 ?
      • 02 OCT/7 EVENTS M-1 ?
      • 03 OCT/15 EVENTS M-1 ?
      • 04 OCT/25 EVENTS M-1 ?
      • 05 OCT/25 EVENTS M-1 ?
      • 06 OCT/21 EVENTS ?
      • 07 OCT/20 EVENTS L-1, M-1 ?
      • 08 OCT/24 EVENTS ?
      • 09 OCT/18 EVENTS ?
      • 10 OCT/23 EVENTS L-1, M-1 ?
      • 11 OCT/22 EVENTS H-1, M-2 ?
      • 12 OCT/18 EVENTS M-1 ?
      • 13 OCT/23 EVENTS M-1 ?
      • 14 OCT/17 EVENTS ?
      • 15 OCT/15 EVENTS ?
      • 16 OCT/12 EVENTS m-2 ?
      • 17 OCT/24 EVENTS m-3 ?
      • 18 OCT/22 EVENTS m-1 ?
      • 19 OCT/18 EVENTS ?
      • 20 OCT/19 EVENTS M-2 ?
      • 21 OCT/20 EVENTS ?
      • 22 OCT/14 EVENTS M-1 ?
      • 23 OCT/23 EVENTS L-1, M-1 ?
      • 24 OCT/27 EVENTS L-1, M-1 ?
      • 25 OCT/20 EVENTS ?
      • 26 OCT/22 EVENTS M-3 ?
      • 27 OCT/17 EVENTS ?
      • 28 OCT/22 EVENTS M-1 ?
      • 29 OCT/14 EVENTS ?
      • 30 OCT/22 EVENTS ?
      • 31 OCT 22 EVENTS M-1 ?
    • Video shows meteor fireball blazing over Reunion and Mauritius islands - third most energetic meteoric event of the year - Oct. 02, 2018
      A very bright meteor fireball was observed and filmed over Reunion island on September 25, 14h 10min UT reports the International Meteor Organization (IMO). It was recorded by NASA/CNEOS government sensors, and was the third most energetic meteoric event of 2018.
    • Meteor fireball blazes across the sky of the St John's area in Newfoundland - Oct. 01, 2018
      Drivers on the Northeast Avalon caught sight of a shooting star Sunday night - and so did their dashcams. Here’s my dash cam footage of tonight’s meteor #nlwx #nltraffic7:44 PM - Sep 30, 2018
    • Meteor fireball seen over Washington D.C. - Oct. 03, 2018
      As of late Tuesday, the American Meteor Society said it had received 15 reports "about a fireball" seen over Maryland, Virginia and Pennsylvania about 11:30 p.m. on Monday. (Oct. 1, 2018)
    • Green meteor fireball streaks over Florida - 08 Oct 2018
      The American Meteor Society (AMS) has received over 70 reports of a meteor fireball event seen above Florida on October 6th, 2018 around 10:20pm EDT (October 7th 02:20 Universal Time). It was seen primarily from Florida but was also observed from South Carolina and Georgia.
    • Meteor fireball flashes across Eugene, Oregon sky - 10 Oct 2018
      Eagle-eyed Eugene residents out and about around 8:30 p.m. Tuesday evening were treated to a spectacular display as a fireball flashed across the sky.
      The American Meteor Society website received about 20 reports of a fireball that was extremely bright and broke up as it headed west. Many people reported that the fireball was green in color and lasted about two to three seconds.
    • Two bright meteor fireballs streak over Argentina and Brazil, sonic boom reported - 18 Oct 2018
      A bright meteor fireball streaked through the night sky over Argentina on October 15, 2018, illuminating both sky and ground.
      Sergio Toscano, former director of the Adolfo Kolping Observatory of Posadas, claims the flash that lit the southern sky of Misiones and the north of Corrientes was produced by a meteor, reports Clarin.
      Toscano said: "I am inclined to think that it was a meteor that when in contact with the Earth's atmosphere became incandescent to the point of exploding and fragmenting."
    • Loud house-shaking boom heard in Sweetwater, Texas - 16 Oct 2018
      Around 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, people heard a loud boom that shook houses.
    • Meteor fireball observed over Hokkaido, Japan - 19 Oct 2018
      A fireball appeared in the sky over Hokkaido, northern Japan, on Thursday. An expert says it may have been a fragment of an asteroid or some other object entering the Earth's atmosphere.
      NHK's cameras positioned across the prefecture captured the flash of light in the sky at around 8:56 PM. The cameras are installed on Mount Hakodate and the island of Rishiri and in the town of Shari.
    • Sonic boom in southeastern Massachusetts stemmed from meteor fireball explosion - 30 Oct 2018
      Residents of southeastern Massachusetts recently reported an unusual eruption of noise and shaking that rattled several neighborhoods.
      Witnesses described a bright flash, loud boom and violent shaking on Oct. 20. Video from a dash cam shows a quick, bright flash in the sky in the New Bedford area around 8:23 p.m.
    • 'Once in a lifetime' moment: Meteor fireball explodes in night sky above castle in England - 26 Oct 2018
      The breathtaking scene - recorded very few times on camera - was caught during an Orionid meteor shower on Saturday, October 20.
    • Meteor fireball streaks across North Carolina skies - 23 Oct 2018
      A large meteor streaked across the skies of North Carolina Tuesday evening, possibly an extra bright leftover from the annual Orionid meteor shower.
      The fireball was seen from Winston-Salem to the Outer Banks around 7:48 p.m., and was captured on a dashcam video posted to Twitter shortly after.
    • Shaking, loud boom heard in central Maryland - 25 Oct 2018
      A loud boom sound and shake was heard in Salisbury and the surrounding areas on Thursday afternoon.
      On Oct. 25 around 3:30 p.m., a sound caused a stir with a audible boom and shake.
    • WATCH Flaming Meteor Shooting Across Alabama and Arkansas on Halloween Week - 03.11.2018
    • Meteor fireball streaks across Halloween sky in Alabama - 01 Nov 2018
      Halloween 2018 came complete with a short celestial show.
      A meteor streaked across the sky Wednesday around 7:21 p.m. Dr. Bill Cooke of NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office in Huntsville told WHNT the meteor wasn't a Taurid Fireball - something that would be more common this time of year. It was instead a small piece of a comet.
    • Fiery meteor fireball blazing across Alabama & Arkansas caught on video - 03 Nov 2018
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  4. IMPACT THREAT LEVEL YELLOW11/01/18 to 12/31/18