Meteorites may have fallen from bright Ontario fireball
from The Weather Network
In the early morning hours of Wednesday, July 24, the sky over southern Ontario was lit up, as brightly as the Full Moon, as a brilliant fireball passed overhead. According to NASA records, the meteoroid that caused this fireball — a roughly 30-centimetre wide rock from space — plunged into the atmosphere with an energy of over half a kiloton of TNT. It then passed to the east of Toronto, all the way past Peterborough, and north to just west of Bancroft, ON.
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