Meteorite Action!

Wednesday April 14, 2010 Mifflin (U.S.A)

This evening, Nathan Alf was taking some pictures for a class project when he captured the photo of a lifetime "I was taking pictures of the grass then I looked over, I turned it over really quick and as I took the picture I was watching it happen right up in this sky. The fact that it was glowing green kind of freaked me out a little bit. Once I figured out that it was probably like a meteor or something I was just excited and amazed" Just after 22h the fall, meteorite was found.
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Sunday February 15, 2009 Ash Creek (U.S.A)

Eddie Garcia, A TV photographer film a foot race when he see the fireball "It was something burning and falling really fast. Where I was at the time, yeah, I remember shooting it And wondering what I shot and then looking around and seeing if anyone saw it with me, and everyone was just focused on that marathon that we were shooting at the time," Ash Creek is the first meteorite fall to be definitively observed using weather radar. Thanks to eyewitness reports, a few great videos and some amazing radar images, the first stones was found barely 48 hours after his fall by the D. Dawn and D. Sadilenko'steam.
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Thursday November 20, 2008 Buzzard Coulee (Canada)

Andrew Bartlett, 63, was trying to film planes passing over his 10th-floor apartment at 103rd Street and Jasper Avenue when he saw what looked like a bright ball of flame.He held his camera steady and caught two seconds of it on tape. The object seemed to burn out just before it reached the horizon."The right place at the right time. It's a million-in-one chance," Bartlett said, marvelling at the video and his good fortune.
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Wednesday July 07, 2004 Rowlett (U.S.A)

Another fireball immortalized by an american police camera, dashcam.Rowlett police officer, in suburban Dallas, was stoping in traffic, when the nice pass before his eyes ......
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Wednesday March 26, 2003 Park Forest (U.S.A)

A little before midnight in a suburb of Chicago, Robert Gaza sleeps deeply in his bed. Suddenly a meteorite pierces the roof of his house, breaks into two pieces and passes through the ceiling of his room.The smallest of the two pieces (178 g) goes through the window while the second (2,333 kg!) rebounds inside the room, breaking the lamp-shade, the mirror and finally stopping close to the 14 year old boy.The meteorite had exploded above the districts Park Forest, Matteson and Steger. Buildings and cars were damaged by the impact, but nobody was wounded...
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