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Asteroid Trends 2016

Continued from Asteroid Trend 2016
Present Time 6:00pm September 23, 2016 CST


Billion of Asteroids fragments heading towards our Planet Earth September 23- 25, 2016

Asteroid named 2009ES, watch for #asteroid 2009ES  #meteor


 About 39 minutes ago Just shortly before midnight London Time on September 24, 2016 there were twitter reports #meteor of meteor in London and Surrey,  England at the same time Netherlands was also viewing the meteor. But  First the meteor was reported by a viewer East of London, then Quinton, Birmingham minutes later tweeted  in Holland.


Wowzer. Just saw what looked like a meteor in the sky south of London, really bright! #comet#meteor#shootingstar — Matt Loader (@iammrloader) September 23, 2016
On September 22, 2016 the AMS already 125 reports of fireballs streaking the sky in New Hampshire and Montreal.
Huge #meteor lightning up the night sky in #London direction SW #impressedpic.twitter.com/8FitfEADZ4 — Perlaregina (@PerlareginaUK) September 23, 2016

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February 23, 2016

ON FEBRUARY 6, 2016 AN UNSEEN FIREBALL RELEASED SAME ENERGY  AS THE HIROSHISMA IN 1945 HIT ATLANTIC OCEAN

"13,000 TNT that just exploded on the Atlantic Ocean." says Youtuber Daboo77. From the article "Largest fireball since Chelyabinsk falls into the ocean: Nasa reports huge explosion of seven meter space rock over the Atlantic" written on February 22, 2016:


A huge fireball crashed into the Atlantic earlier this month - and went almost unseen. The event took place on February 6 at 14:00 UTC when a meteor exploded in the air 620 miles (1,000km) off the coast of Brazil. It released energy equivalent to 13,000 tons of TNT, which is the same as the energy used in the first atomic weapon that leveled Hiroshima in 1945. This was the largest event of its type since the February 2013 fireball that exploded over Chelyabinsk, Russia, leaving more than 1,600 people injured. Read more: http://www.dailym…