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Fireball over Montréal

The AMS has received nearly 350 reports so far about of a fireball event over seen over Montréal, CA on September 21st, 2016 around 9:45pm EDT (Sept 22nd, 1:45 UT). The fireball was seen primarily from Québec but witnesses from Ontario, New Brunswick, New York, Maine, Massachusetts, Vermont and New Hampshire also reported the event.

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Meteor Activity Outlook for September 10-16, 2016

The estimated total hourly meteor rates for evening observers this week is near 3 as seen from mid-northern latitudes (45N) and 2 as seen from tropical southern locations (25S). For morning observers the estimated total hourly rates should be near 18 as seen from mid-northern latitudes ...

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Latest Major Fireball Events

Everyday, we receive reports about Fireballs. Here are some of the latest major Fireball Events:

    And also...
    • 39 reports from Germany, Switzerland & France
    • 29 reports from Austria, Luxembourg, Belgium, Germany, France & Netherlands
    • 16 reports from Netherlands & France
    • 135 reports from Germany, Jersey, Luxembourg, Belgium, United Kingdom, France & Netherlands
    • 14 reports from France, Ireland, Netherlands & United Kingdom

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