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Thursday 21 September 2023 Dublin: 13°C

# Fireball

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'Green ball of fire' - A stunning green fireball lit up the Irish sky last night
The brightest of the fireballs was at about 6.54 pm last night.
Taylor Swift went back to the bar where she was discovered to perform for 50 people and do shots of whiskey
Apparently she’s a divil for them.
Did you see an 'extremely bright' fireball blaze across the sky last night? Lots of people did
Anyone for an old-fashioned meteorite hunt?
Watch: Fireball streaking down from space shocks commuters in Bangkok
The sky was lit up by what’s thought to be a meteor.
Watch: CCTV footage of gas explosion after car ploughs into Australian café
Three people were critically injured.
Did you see the massive fireball over Ireland last night?
And by any chance did you see where parts of it landed?
Flare strikes Russian goalkeeper as Euro 2016 Qualifier in Montenegro abandoned
Play had to be suspended on two separate occasions before the referee called a halt to proceedings.
This fireball tore across the night sky yesterday evening? Did you see it?
A photographer in Dalkey managed to capture this amazing shot over Dublin.
Camera attached to a bottle of booze passed around at a wedding
Don’t watch this if you have a hangover.
An 'extremely bright' fireball was spotted over Ireland
If you did, you weren’t alone.
Did you see the fireball that broke up over Ireland last Friday evening?
The meteor was seen all across Ireland, but is thought to have only lasted a couple of seconds.
This electric fireball is very real and very terrifying
Danger danger, high voltage.
Did you see a fireball blazing across Ireland on Wednesday night?
Astronomy Ireland is gathering reports to try and figure out if the fireball might have landed on Irish soil.
Live in the north-east? Start looking for some meteorites
Astronomy Ireland believes a fireball seen last week landed in the Irish Sea – but would have disintegrated over land first.
Meteor hunt begins after fireball lands 'on west of Ireland'
Anybody who finds fragments of the meteorite could make thousands of euro, experts say. So what are we looking for?
Search on for comet fragments after fireball seen over Ireland
Did you see a fireball last night? If you did, you’re urged to get in touch with Astronomy Ireland, who are trying to determine if it landed on Irish soil.