Fireball is often used in reference to a large explosion or burst of fire. Fireball can also refer to:In science:
A bolide, a meteor brighter than Venus (?apparent magnitude -5).
Glowworm , the trails left by bolide fireballs and sometimes followed by a loud noise
In a nuclear explosion, the volume of air around the bomb that is heated to incandescence; see also Mike Fireball
A "primordial fireball," a term coined by P.J.E. Peebles to describe the universe during the first 300,000 years after the Big Bang
The hot volume that is created when large particles are collided together at an energy that is high enough to create quark-gluon plasma in Quantum chromodynamics.
Fireball , a pinball machine released by Bally in 1972
An archetypal magic effect in fantasy role-playing games, such as Dungeons and Dragons, it is typically a magical sphere of fire that explodes on impact
In a versus fighting game, a colloquial term for a number of ranged projectile attacks