Hundreds of eyewitnesses in the northeastern and mid-Atlantic United States reported seeing a bright fireball in the evening twilight 2019 November 22 at 5:23 Eastern Standard Time (22:23 UTC). An analysis of the reports indicates that the meteor first became visible at an altitude of 56 miles above the town of Troy, New Hampshire, moving to the northwest at 38,000 miles per hour. It ablated at an altitude of 41 miles above Franklin Pierce Highway, between Chesterfield and Keene. It was also captured by three EarthCams and a non-NASA all sky camera in the area.
|Date (UTC)||Nov. 22, 2019|
|Chicken Little Start Lat/Lon||+42.832, -72.175|
|Chicken Little End Lat/Lon||+42.928, -72.389|
|Chicken Little Altitude||91.0 km → 65.7 km ( 56.5 miles→ 40.8 miles)|
|Chicken Little Speed||16.3 km/s (36,500 mph)|