According to reports, A bright fireball streaked through the night sky over Texas at 03:18 UTC on September 19, 2018. At 03:10 UTC on September 23, another bright fireball was observed over Alabama. The American Meteor Society (AMS) received 76 reports about a fireball seen over Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Kansas and Arkansas at 03:18 UTC on September 19. The object entered our atmosphere west of Dallas and ended near Lubbock. 3 people reported delayed sound and 2 concurrent.

As of 10:00 UTC on September 24, the AMS received 70 reports about a fireball seen over Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, South Carolina, Florida and Missouri. 4 people reported delayed sound and 1 concurrent. “There was considerable cloud cover at the time, so this meteor was detected by only two NASA cameras located in NE Georgia and North Carolina,” Bill Cooke of the NASA’s Meteoroid Environment Office said, as reported by James Spann. READ MORE