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Shooting Star

Founded Year

1996

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

Total Raised

$8.2M

About Shooting Star

Owner and operator of television stations. The company is an aggressive acquisition firm looking to acquire all traditional networks as well as UPN and WB stations throughout the United States.

Headquarters Location

3606 Caminio De La Cumbre

Sherman Oaks, California, 91423,

United States

(818)788-8228

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Latest Shooting Star News

Space Debris or a Shooting Star? Fireball Shoots Across Night Sky From Scotland to Northern Ireland

Sep 16, 2022

By Nandika Chand Secrets about Murchison meteorite An unusual fireball zooming across the Wednesday night sky in Scotland and Northern Ireland had hundreds of people guessing what it was. It was visible in the sky for 10 to 20 seconds, with experts saying it's an unusually long period of time for a meteor. According to new calculations by the UK Meteor Network, it travelled 300 km above Wales, the Irish Sea and Belfast before crashing into the Atlantic near Islay. Initial calculation suggested that it was a space junk that could have come from Elon Musk's Starlink satellite programme. But the network withdrew this theory after collecting more data. The UK Meteor Network shared that there have been nearly 800 reports of the fireball that was seen over the nation. A fireball was seen in the night sky in Scotland and Northern Ireland on Wednesday.UK Meteor Observation Network Aine O'Brien, a doctoral student at the University of Glasgow and a member of the UK Fireball Alliance, said it was unclear whether the object was a meteor or a piece of space debris. He explained that it has properties of both. O'Brien said they have people processing the footage and working out its trajectory. He revealed that those lucky enough to spot the fireball shared cellphone and door camera videos on social media. Richard Kacerek, founder of the UK Meteor Observation Network, said they initially assumed that it was space debris. He outlined that judging from the videos recorded by the public, it seems to be moving far slower than a meteor would. Definitely a Meteor John Maclean, an astronomer, said it's definitely a meteor after analyzing it from many angles. He believes it could be a small piece of an asteroid that's broken off an asteroid. Maclean said the meteor probably ended up between 50 and 100 km off Islay, bottom of the ocean by now. Most meteors occur high in the Earth's atmosphere at altitudes between about 50 and 75 miles.Tony Hallas The astronomer explained that the fireball was initially mistaken for a space junk because it was travelling more slowly than a typical meteor, and videos of the sighting suggested it broke up higher and earlier than a meteor. Maclean said the speed and the way it broke up is what threw them off. The fireball was quite slow and consistent with a space junk. Its velocity of 31,950 mph is consistent with space debris – thus the confusion. Read more Residents of Sydney suburbs in Australia are troubled by sulphur-crest...

Shooting Star Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Shooting Star founded?

    Shooting Star was founded in 1996.

  • Where is Shooting Star's headquarters?

    Shooting Star's headquarters is located at 3606 Caminio De La Cumbre, Sherman Oaks.

  • What is Shooting Star's latest funding round?

    Shooting Star's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Shooting Star raise?

    Shooting Star raised a total of $8.2M.

  • Who are the investors of Shooting Star?

    Investors of Shooting Star include Alta Equity Partners and Burr Egan Deleage & Co..

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