Our Ask Tony and Tucker question comes from Rita Burns. She asks, "Because of the recent alleged meteor sighting Friday evening I've been doing my own research on meteors. Apparently this is "meteor season" and for some reason we humans see meteors more this time of the year than any other. Also, I've learned they fall more often than we see and often fall over water. My question is has there ever been a meteor known to strike an airplane? Also, could that be what happens in the Bermuda Triangle?"