We reanalyzed the arrival-time data from an unknown source recorded on 28 January 2004 (UTC) by 20 stations of the Center for Earthquake Research and Information (CERI) seismic network. As discussed by Lin and Langston (2006), the recorded signals were probably generated by an acoustic source, which they modeled as an explosion. As shown here, the data are better explained by a fireball source.

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For our analysis we used the inversion software developed by Pujol et al. (2005). Assuming that the speed of sound (c) in air is constant and known and the fireball...

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