- 2 Fireballs Light Up Night Sky In Torrance Due To Refinery Fire
- Torrance Police have shut down a major stretch of Del Amo Boulevard, between Maple Avenue and Crenshaw Boulevard because of this large, unplanned flare at the nearby ExxonMobil refinery. Bells were ringing in the area to alert drivers to the road ...
- Fireballs lighting up sky as equinox approaches
- While March is usually a slow month for meteor showers as none of the major annual events occur this month, the American Meteor Society has reported six major fireball events since March 1 and NASA says fireballs can increase as much as 30 percent in ...
- How Often Do Big Fireballs Blaze Earth's Sky?
- A fireball exploded over the south Atlantic Ocean on Feb. 6 in the most powerful such event since February 2013, when a similar “airburst” injured more than 1,200 people in the Russian city of Chelyabinsk.
- How Often Do Big Fireballs Blaze Up in Earth's Sky?
- Last month's fireball packed the energy equivalent of 13,000 tons (13 kilotons) of TNT, but it exploded in a remote location, so no eyewitness reports are known. (The event was recorded on NASA's Fireball and Bolide Reports page.
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