Well - it seems I finally caught one.
My meteor tracking system recorded a small fireball about 90 km north of here. Fortunately it was very quiet that night and the RBOOM system picked up a sound which could only be the noise made by the meteor.
The video is slower than real time. The flare that caused the sound is probably just off the bottom of the frame. It got down to something like 40 km altitude before disappearing.
This was a small meteor and probably not a very loud sound so it did not exactly wake people up. But RB recorded it.
If you open the kml file you will see a small straight white line which is the path in 3D space that the meteor traversed while “glowing”. meteor15.kml (862 Bytes)