Fireballs explode over New Mexico and Canada, loud sonic booms reported

A significant fireball exploded over central New Mexico at 07:29 UTC on March 6, 2014. According to Thomas Ashcraft, who caught it on his fireball camera, it was brighter than the full Moon and it shook houses from its sonic boom. Ashcraft operates a fireball camera and forward-scatter meteor radar at his private observatory near Santa Fe. You can see the movie he recorded here.

Fireball over New Mexico caught on camera. Image and video credit: Thomas Ashcraft

Approximately two hours later (~09:29 UTC on March 6, 2014), a similar fireball streaked over Yellowknife, Canada. The flash was so bright that it turned the night sky blue. Few minutes later, a huge explosion was heard from the same direction.

Yuichi Takasaka took the following picture from the verge of…

WIPP Puts Probes Into Mine Today

DOE is reporting they have put probes into the mine at WIPP today to check underground radiation levels. This photo was published on their twitter account recently.
No further information has been given so far about the work or readings found.
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Hubble telescope witnesses asteroid's mysterious disintegration

NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has recorded the never-before-seen break-up of an asteroid into as many as 10 smaller pieces.

Fragile comets, comprised of ice and dust, have been seen falling apart as they near the sun, but nothing like this has ever before been observed in the asteroid belt.

“This is a rock, and seeing it fall apart before our eyes is pretty amazing,” said David Jewitt of the University of California at Los Angeles, who led the astronomical forensics investigation.

The crumbling asteroid, designated P/2013 R3, was first noticed as an unusual, fuzzy-looking object by the Catalina and Pan STARRS sky surveys on Sept. 15, 2013. A follow-up observation on October 1 with the W. M. Keck Observatory on the summit of Mauna Kea, a dormant volcano on the island…

Eruption of Mt. Kelut disrupted fresh water supply in districts around the volcano

Indonesian media is reporting major problems with fresh water supply in districts around Mount Kelut after strong eruption that occurred on February 13, 2014.

Springs were covered by volcanic materials, pipelines from the springs to the water tanks were damaged and they are still not repaired in the fear from fresh lava flows. Additionally, heavy rain is continually disrupting repair efforts.

Fresh water disruptions have occurred in four districts: Ngancar, Plosoklaten, Kepung and Puncu.

According to Kediri Disaster Mitigation Agency spokesperson, Adi Suwignyo, the residents have been forced to fetch water from other springs or rely on water provided through tank trucks.

Over 76 000 people living around the volcano were forced to evacuate….