Meteor Shower Timeline

Timeline created by bellademayo
  • Mar 16th, 0697

    First Lyrid Meteor Shower

    First Lyrid Meteor Shower
    First Lyrid Meteor Shower on March 16, 687 AD.
  • Mar 14th, 0902

    First Leonid Meteor Shower

    First Leonid Meteor Shower
    First Leonid Meteor Shower on March 14, 902 AD.
  • Nov 15th, 1492

    Meteor in Ensisheim France

    Meteor in Ensisheim France
    A large stone meteor about 330 pounds dropped from the sky into a field on November 7, 1492
  • Meteor Shower Linked to Johannes Kelper's Death

    Meteor Shower Linked to Johannes Kelper's Death
    Meteor happened the day after he died. Ancient records said this was a sulute from the Gods for his death.
  • Meteor over Flordia Keys

    Meteor over Flordia Keys
    Witnessed by Andrew Elliot Douglas. People Knelt down and prayed to Churches, thinking that the Day of Judgement was at hand.
  • Meteor Shower Over Boston

    Meteor Shower Over Boston
    This Meteor produced half the amount of snow in the average snow storm that happened that day.
  • Russian Tunguska Meteorite

    Russian Tunguska Meteorite
    A meteor exploded near Russia's Tunguska RIver. It is now called the Tunguska RIver.
  • Meteor in New York

    Meteor in New York
    A Lady heard a loud crash outside, she walked outside and a football sized rock passed through her car and caused a hole in her drive way.
  • Holocene Epoch

    Holocene Epoch
    The Holocene Epochwas strong enough to overturn the current estimates of how often the earth suffers meteors over a 10 megation explosion of 500,000 to 1 million years to now every 1,000 years.
  • Russian Meteor Blast

    Russian Meteor Blast
    The Russian meteor blast injured 1,700 people. It gave scientists great material for researching because they had access to fresh samples.
  • What is a Meteor Shower?

    What is a Meteor Shower?
    A meteor showers is a rain of meteors, coming from a particular area in the sky. Today Scientists believe it is caused by the earth passing through a large number of meterorids
  • Period:
    Jan 1st, 0600
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