NASA cameras track a bright light in the sky to a good-size meteor burning up in the atmosphere, but some of it may have reached Earth.
It's not the apocalypse raining down on us. What you're seeing is a particularly active year for the Taurid meteor shower.
A bright fireball tried to shine a little light on the home of the mysterious creature Sunday evening.
Meteors captured on video as fireballs lighting up the night sky are becoming more common thanks to ubiquitous smartphones. Except this one was no space rock.
For anyone out there dying to launch actual fireballs from your hands, Pyro Fireshooter apparently has you covered. For the low price of just $174, you can wield a contraption that lets you act out all your old Street Fighter fantasies in the real world. "Hadouken!"
On today's show, Khail and Logan check out a first-person "Pokémon" demo, the Pyro Fireshooter device, an interactive Middle-earth map featuring peer-to-peer battles, and the week's newest releases.
A fiery meteor catches the attention of more than 1,200 US residents -- some say it was as bright as the sun and others note it gave off sonic effects and delayed booms.
Researchers from the University of Georgia believe they have discovered a method that could turn CO2 from the air into useable industrial products.
It turns out burning fuel in space is much different than on Earth -- think floating fireballs that give off formaldehyde.
If you live in Pittsburgh and think you saw a massive fireball in the sky Tuesday morning, you're not going crazy. A 2-foot-diameter meteor entered the Earth's atmosphere and gave quite the show.