Fireball date: 25 March 2017 at 00:03:36 UT
Fireball ID: M20170325_000336
UKMON was first alerted by the public about a large meteor spotted over the Southern part of UK. Quick check revealed Ash Vale and Wilcot cameras captured the event. Later on meteor was verified also by Clanfield camera and French BOAM network. So far we have received dozen of public reports.
Perhaps the best view was from Clanfield Observatory at Hampshire Astonomical Group.
Wilcot also got a strong radar reflection off this meteor as it was well placed for GRAVES
Caught a picture of this from Ringwood, Hampshire, low down in the south-eastern sky. Date and time in EXIF was 2017:03:25 00:03:33
International Meteor Organization created a public report map for 1108-2017 event. The event was spotted and reported in the UK, Netherlands and Belgium.
French BOAM network camera operated by Andre Dominique recorded the same event.
Also as a part of BOAM, Stephane Jouin also recorded this event on his camera.
Meteor analysis from Wilcot and Ash Vale show a ground map.
Interestingly object orbit reaches between Neptune and Pluto.