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Three booms were heard in quick succession, local media reported. Witnesses described the sound and feel like an explosion as it passed overhead. Others said it felt like an earthquake.
Dozens of phone calls have been made to the Perth Observatory after people reported 'a giant fireball' above south-west Australia. The fireball is believed to have been a meteor that entered the Earth's atmosphere at speeds of up to 20km per second, according to the observatory. Scientists from Curtin University are investigating whether the meteor completely burned up in the atmosphere or hit the ground near York, a town about 100km east of Perth
I see there are some videos out there too. What are you guys targeted!? This is from Aug 2018
A very bright fireball exploded over Brisbane, Queensland, Australia at 22:00 LT (12:00 UTC) on June 22, 2019.
originally posted by: seaswine
a reply to: LookingAtMars
I think they were suggesting that two huge fireballs within about a years time is a rare occurrence... thus making a joke that something is out to get the aussies.