|Earthgrazer: The Great Daylight Fireball of 1972 (影像提供與版權： Antarctic Search for Meteorites program，凱斯西儲大學，James M. Baker)|
|3||3.4||1 degree||1.3 kiloton||43 km||0.7 kiloton|
|3||3.4||45 degrees||1.3 kiloton||39 km||0.4 kiloton|
|8||0.9||1 degree||6 kiloton||80 km||0.4 kiloton|
|8||0.9||45 degrees||6 kiloton||45 km||2 kiloton|
- ^ Astronomy Picture of the Day. 2009 March 2.
- ^ 2.0 2.1 Observation of Meteoroid Impacts by Space-Based Sensors Astronomical Society of the Pacific, Edward Tagliaferri, 2003, 'It was first detected by satellite at an altitude of about 73 km, tracked as it descended to about 53 km, and then tracked as it climbed back out of the atmosphere', 'object is still in an Earth-crossing orbit around the Sun and passed close to the Earth again in August 1997'
- ^ 3.0 3.1 Daylight Fireball of August 10, 1972 C. Kronberg, Munich Astro Archive, archived summary by Gary W. Kronk of early analysis and of Zdenek Ceplecha's paper for Astronomy and Astrophysics in 1994, '3 meters, if a carbonaceous chondrite, or as large as 14 meters, if composed of cometary materials', 'post-encounter ... 2 or 10 meters'
- ^ 4.0 4.1 US19720810 (Daylight Earth grazer) Global Superbolic Network Archive, 2000, 'Size: 5 to 10 m'
- ^ Collins, Gareth S. et al. Earth Impact Effects Program: A Web-based computer program for calculating the regional environmental consequences of a meteoroid impact on Earth Meteoritics & Planetary Science 40, Nr 6, 817–840 (2005) "The curvature of the Earth is also ignored."
- ^ Robert Marcus, H. Jay Melosh, and Gareth Collins. Computing Effects of an Impact on Earth
- Abe, S. et al. (abstract) Earth-grazing fireball on March 29, 2006 European Planetary Science Congress 2006. Berlin, Germany, 18 - 22 September 2006., p.486. code:2006epsc.conf..486A, 'the first and second Earth-grazing fireballs observed on August 10, 1972(Jacchia, 1974; Ceplecha, 1979) and on October 13, 1990(Borovicka and Ceplecha, 1992)'
- Abe, Shinsuke; et al. 2006. (PDF). Earth-grazing fireball on March 29, 2006 (full details: orbit, charts, spectra, composition) Retrieved 2008-07-07
- US19720810 (Daylight Earth grazer) orbital characteristics from Global Superbolide Network Archive, 2000
- fireball, meteorite, bolide, meteor, video and photo link to photos and cine film by Linda Baker
- Earthgrazer: The Great Daylight Fireball of 1972 overview of the event including photo by NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day
- Astronomical Society of the Pacific: Observation of Meteoroid Impacts by Space-Based Sensors - one of several similar events; includes ground track
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