The Great Canadien Fireball Train of February 9, 1913 as painted by Gustav Hahn
See Tusk, December 2, 2010
“They all hail from the asteroid belt—but not from a single location in the asteroid belt,” he says. “There is no common source for these fireballs, which […]
Dr. Edward Teller
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UNCLASSIFIED CONFERENCE ON AERIAL PHENOMENA
Held at 1300, 16 February 1949, in conference room P-162, Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico. Present:
4th Army: Major Winn Major Godsoe Captain Neef AFSWP: Commander Mandelkorn University of […]
Assuming a thermal breakup for 73P, Wiegert and colleagues have calculated the most likely trajectory of its dust cloud. Their results: dust should reach Earth in 2022, “producing a minor meteor shower–nothing spectacular. However,” he adds, “the ongoing splitting of the comet means new meteoroids are being sent in new directions, so […]
The paper was kindly provided by the author, Dr. Stephen Hughes, and his university website here: http://eprints.qut.du.au/38939/
Green Fireballs and Ball Lightening
Green fireballs that streaked across the sky and rolled down an Australian mountainside four years ago, spurring reports of UFOs in the area, might have been meteors and ball lightning, a researcher suggests.
At least three traffic-light green fireballs brighter than the moon but not as bright […]
Regular readers of the Tusk know we don’t dwell here on modern day cosmic interactions. But that was yesterday. Today a best buddy and long-time co-worker, Worth Creech, came into my office shocked to report….he had actually seen…..a daytime fireball in Raleigh!
Well, I’ll bee. The Tar Heel State had an […]
Slow feed but great vids
Plugged!: Younger Dryas Impact Event
Feb Fireball Season
Cuba and video
Iowa 1875 and here
NASA Urges Vigilance for Weird Fireballs
NASA 2012 Press Release “The Fireballs of February”
Year of the Snake?
As readers know, the […]
From The Telegraph:
Some experts highlighted an entry in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle which refers to a “red crucifix” seen in the night sky, but this occurred in 776 – a year too late – and does not explain why no remnants of the event have since been detected by astronomers.
From Roger of […]