Another daytime meteor spotted by the satellites and heard on the ground.
The loud explosion heard over SW PA earlier may have been a meteor explosion. This GOES-16 GLM Total Optical Energy product shows a flash that was not associated with lightning. No confirmation, but this is the most likely explanation at this time. pic.twitter.com/ArtHCEA1RT— NWS Pittsburgh (@NWSPittsburgh) January 1, 2022
One report says that unfortunately seismometers don’t respond to this frequency range. Well … Raspberry Shake does
Its likely that R6928 (near Indiana, PA) detected this. The timing is about right.
Unfortunately no RB’s near Pittsburg,