Disintegrating Fireballs Explode Over Canada & Spain

Two bright fireballs were recorded in Canada and Spain end of March 2016.

The Spanish bolide slowly disintegrated in the sky of Aragón and Catalonia on March 24th, 2016 at 0h47m20s UTC. The Canadian space rock was captured flying through the night sky of Churchill, Manitoba. Awesome!


Fireball over Spain on March 24, 2016

This wonderful slow-moving fireball overflew Aragón and Catalonia on March 24th, 2016 at 0h47m20s UTC and was recorded by cameras @ the Folgueroles AAO-CSIC-IEEC station (Pep Pujols/J.M.Trigo).

The fireball experienced periodic changes in its luminosity due to the fast spinning of the meteoroid when it penetrated Earth’s atmosphere.

Fireball filmed in the sky of Churchill, Manitoba, Canada on March 26, 2016

There is no comment on the video. But the video of this exploding fireball is awesome:


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