A bright green fireball blazed across the Midwest skies last Sunday, June 8. The cosmic event was visible from nine states, lighting up the evening in spectacular fashion.
At around 11 p.m. on Nov. 23, people from Key West to the Florida Panhandle witnessed a massive burning fireball streaking across the Florida sky. Residents panicked, thinking that the super bright meteor was extraterrestrial life landing on Earth for an alien invasion.
A mysterious green orb is being debated over in Japan, alien hunters claim that it is a UFO while astronomers say it could be a type of fireball.
A fireball passed by the Louisiana sky at 7:00 in the morning yesterday surprising eyewitnesses.
Hundreds of people reported seeing the magnificently large fireball streak across the night sky throughout the east coast. The mystery simultaneously awed, baffled and scared witnesses, some of whom who feared a plane crash or something similarly dangerous.
A drone that launches balls of fire was created to help suppress wildfires and maintain fire-dependent ecosystems.
The UFO hunting community once again declared that a UFO was seen in a live feed by the ISS. A fireball which appeared to be changing its color suddenly showed itself on the feed before disappearing quickly. A video of the said UFO fireball was posted on Youtube and now has more than 400,000 views.
A fireball lit up the night sky in Arizona last June 2. Experts say that the 10-foot asteroid's collision with the Earth's atmosphere created the fireball illuminating the sky which turned night into day for a few seconds.
A police dash cam was able to record a fireball as it lit up the sky in Maine. Experts say that the fireball is actually a meteorite. Around 700 witnesses claimed that they also witness the event.
Fire is falling from the heavens once again, this time ending in a brilliant explosion over New Zealand.
A spectacularly bright fireball streaked across the East Coast skyline Monday night, and was spotted by more than 1,100 stargazers and evening commuters. One driver even managed to capture the incredible sight on camera, allowing those who missed it to see what all the talk was about.
More than 300 US citizens reported seeing a blazing ball of light streak across the night sky last weekend, with some observers seeing a flash that was so bright that it briefly turned night into day.