Amazing videos of meteor fireballs in October 2018

The sky was on fire in October 2018… And we have not seen the Orionids’ peak (21-22 Oct.) yet! Here a compilation of the most amazing fireball videos from around the world…

Green meteor fireball disintegrates over Florida on October 6, 2018.

Meteor over Japan on October 18, 2018

A fireball disintegrated in the sky over Hokkaido, Japan, on Thursday at around 8:56 PM and was recorded by the cameras installed on Mount Hakodate, the island of Rishiri and in the town of Shari. Awesome:

Fireball captured by Exoss cameras in Brazil on October 16, 2018

The brilliant meteor was recorded at 6:58 pm in Ceará, near Fortaleza.

Bright space rock shakes part of Argentina on October 15, 2018

A bright meteor fireball streaked through the night sky over Argentina on October 15, 2018, illuminating both sky and ground. According to social network comments, in the area of ​​Concepción de la Sierra and in Misiones, there was an explosion in the sky and a ‘slight earthquake’ rattled some homes.

Fireball explodes over Daytona Beach, Florida on October 6, 2018

The American Meteor Society (AMS) has received over 70 reports of a meteor fireball event above Florida, South Carolina and Georgia on October 6th, 2018. Look at the cool footage below:

Two drivers catch huge and long-lasting fireball over St-John, Newfoundland, Canada on October 1, 2018

Some reported seeing the streak changing colours and burning green. Must have been awesome!

I may have forgotten some of your videos in this compilation. If so please add it in the comments.

If interested in meteor showers and sky news, you better follow the Facebook page called Meteor Shower Tonight… Keep your eyes to the sky and enjoy the shows. The next meteor shower, the Orionids, is peaking in 2 nights (21-22 October, 2018).

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