[meteorite-list] GA NC TN AL KY Meteor Approx 2320 EDT // 2220 CDT 02AUG2014

From: Anne Black <impactika_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Sun, 3 Aug 2014 15:14:16 -0400 (EDT)
Message-ID: <8D17D66400E005D-31A4-20CFD_at_webmail-m241.sysops.aol.com>

I am curious.
It is practically everyday that a fireball is spotted somewhere around
the globe, but......

- How many of those "fireballs" are real fireballs, not plane,
fireworks, lighting,....... etc?
- How many of those real ones burn up in the atmosphere?
- How many make it to the ground and produce meteorites?
- And finally how many of those are ever found soon enough to be
called Falls?

Is anyone keeping track of those numbers?
The percentage meteorites <> fireballs would be interesting.

Anne M. Black
IMPACTIKA at aol.com

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GA NC TN AL KY?Meteor Approx 2320 EDT // 2220 CDT ?02AUG2014

Dirk Ross...Tokyo


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