NASA posts meteor event information to this page, including meteorite strewn fields.
The Center for Near Earth Object Studies (CNEOS), is part of the California Institute of Technology's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. CNEOS collects data from U.S. Government sensors, and releases it for research purposes. CNEOS data is available publicly at https://cneos.jpl.nasa.gov/fireballs/.... Fireballs – A classified government sensor network provides data on the largest meteor fireball events, anywhere on the planet!
GOES Bolides – Automated data analysis, sourced from the Geostationary Lightning Mapper (GLM) aboard the GOES 16 and GOES 17 satellites. Operated by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), it is designed to capture natural lightning activity, but it is also capable of detecting bolides.
The NASA All-Sky Fireball Network is a network of cameras provided by NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office (MEO), for the purpose of understanding the flux of meteors into the Earth's atmosphere and supporting the design of future spacecraft. Data is publicly accessible via Web Log, but StrewnLAB also has a script that scrapes data for the purpose of automatic fireball notification. Contact Jim Goodall to be added to the daily email notification list.... Web Log – The NASA All-sky Fireball Network is a network of cameras set up by the NASA Meteoroid Environment Office (MEO) with the goal of observing meteors brighter than the planet Venus, which are called fireballs.
SETI Fireballs – The SETI Institute and NASA Ames Research Center host this site with a network of cameras in California, which are part of the Global Fireball Observatory (GFO). GFO is a global network of all-sky cameras to help recover meteorites with measured entry orbits. Contact is Dr. Peter Jenniskens of the SETI Institute.
A ground-based Allsky camera network, aiding in the research of atmospheric phenomena, centered around the detection and tracking of the atmospheric impacts of large Bolides in support of U.S. Near Earth Object (NEO) Impact and Hazzard Mitigation Programs.
Desert Fireball Network – The Desert Fireball Network in Australia uncovers the mysteries surrounding our Solar System origins studying meteorites, fireballs and their pre-Earth orbits. It’s part of the growing Space Science and Technology group at Curtin University.
Forums & Blogs
A German forum for atmospheric phenomenon, administered by Sirko Molau. European fireballs are often discussed here.
A forum for learning about, talking about, buying, selling, and trading meteorites.
A German forum on meteorites, minerals, and gold.
A classic forum dedicated to treasure hunting of all sorts, including meteorites
Meteorite Facebook Groups
Meteorite Hunters, Collectors, and Enthusiasts – The name says it all. Largest meteorite hunters group on Facebook, with over 5K members.
Meteorites, Tektites, Impactites & Ephemera – “Meteorite, Tektites, Impactites & Ephemera” is a group dedicated to people that are passionate about meteorites and all things meteorite related including tektites and impactites. This group focuses on education, business and camaraderie.