bolide

An exploding meteorite.
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Bolide

A bolide is a meteor, asteroid , or comet that hits the Earth and explodes.
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bolide

[n] - an especially luminous meteor (sometimes exploding)
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Bolide

A brilliant exploding meteor.
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Bolide

A brilliant meteor, especially one which explodes, a detonating fireball.
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Bolide

Bo'lide noun [ French See Bolis .] A kind of bright meteor; a bolis .
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bolide

fireball noun an especially luminous meteor (sometimes exploding)
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Bolide

• (n.) A kind of bright meteor; a bolis.
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bolide

A fireball that produces a sonic boom. Bolides are often associated with meteorite falls.
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bolide

bolide: see fireball.
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Bolide

Bolide is the name given to a meteor seen to explode in the atmosphere.
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Bolide

Bolide is a term related to meteors and meteorites. There is no consensus on the definition of a bolide, so there are specific definitions used by several groups and fields. One definition describes a bolide as a fireball reaching an apparent magnitude of −14 or brighter, which is brighter than the full moon. Another definition describes a bolid...
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Bolide

A term used to describe an exceptionally bright meteor. Bolides typically will produce a sonic boom.
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bolide

large meteor that bursts; a fireball
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Bolide

A brilliant meteor, which may explode during its descent through the Earth's atmosphere.
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bolide

very generally, an extraterrestrial body of indeterminant composition, in the 1-10-km size range, that impacts the earth at velocities faster than a bullet (20-70 km/sec = Mach 75), explodes upon impact, and creates a large crater.
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