A meteor exploded over Syracuse, New York on December 2, 2020, shortly after noon EST (approximately 17:08 UTC).
The sonic boom rattled numerous houses and windows. The explosion was heard throughout Central New York and registered by seismographs. The American Meteor Society received 181 reports from citizen scientists, with the fireball sighted in New York, Maryland, Minnesota, Ohio, Ontario, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.
- ^ "After a million-year journey, a meteor explodes above Syracuse in 2020". December 4, 2020.
- ^ Ty, Alexis (2020-12-03). "'Large Size' Meteor Explodes Over New York, 'Big Fireball' Flash Caught On Video". International Business News. Retrieved 2020-12-04.
- ^ "AMS Event #2020-7267". American Meteor Society.
- ^ See videos of meteor that caused large boom across Central NY, elsewhere