Fireball Meteor Spotted Yesterday Evening

The American Meteor Society received hundreds of reports last night of a bright fireball meteor streaking through the sky at around 6:23 pm EST. This fireball was spotted from Indiana down to Georgia, and was reported to have had a vivid green color. According to the American Meteor Society, a fireball is “another term for a […]

Perseid Meteor Shower

The best viewing for the ongoing Perseid meteor shower will be tonight, and the weather is in full cooperation with catching a good view. One of the last visible satellite images before we lose daylight today shows just a few clouds around southern Kentucky, and these mostly clear skies will continue overnight. The Perseid meteor shower is typically […]

Fireball Reports Last Night

There were 95 reports of a fireball seen shooting through the sky last night in North Carolina, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and New jersey. All of the reports came in around 10:15 P.M. EST. It is still not known whether this was a meteor shooting through the sky or satellite debris. Check out this video […]

Camelopardalid Meteor Shower

The Camelopardalid meteor shower is forecast to peak tonight.  The best time for viewing will be during the predawn, early morning hours.  Those in the U.S. are expected to have a front row seat for the action. The following is an excerpt taken from EarthSky’s description of this particular event: “The peak night of the predicted […]