October fireball with several explosions

28 October 2018

Two UKMON stations reported a bright fireball captured on a cold October night. After quick analysis it looks like hard asteroidal material.

Wilcot NE

M20181026_172515 fireball from Wilcot NE Camera

East Barnet

M20181026_172515 fireball from East Barnet Camera

Ground Map

Ground Map of M20181026_172515 fireball

The fireball entered the atmosphere at the height of 92.6km and speed of 17.5km/s and travelled ground distance of just 28.4km where it stopped burning at 70.6km above the ground.


Orbit of M20181026_172515 fireball

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