Steven Rogers wrote: > > Has anyone else ever heard inexplicable "sounds" associated with meteors, > or satellites? Reading this list one might even ask if anyone has ever even witnessed a satellite to reenter the atmosphere. I wouldn't mind if the regularly posted decay list would contain the assumed location of reentries after the actual decay times has been established. Though it serves no purpose I find that information being very interesting. As for sounds with meteors the answer is yes. In 1993, few days before the Perseids meteor shower reached its peak, I heard a sound like tight plug being forced out from a hollow tube with air pressure. I didnīt saw the fireball but it illuminated surroundings simultaneously with the sound. I managed to see the train as I turned around. I even got the fireball on the film. On the photograph the train ends with bulge where the fireball obviously exploded and caused the sound I heard. I lay on the roof and on my right half a meter away there was a chimney, covered with sheet metal which might have converted radiation of some certain frequency to audiable sound. The neigbourhood was silent so I was and Iīm absolutely sure the fireball did produced the sound in some form or in other. It wasn't loud. There were also powerlines about 10 meters away on my left side.