Large green meteor was spotted flaming in the night sky in northern Florida on Saturday night, and a few of the instrument panel of the camera managed to capture the fireball in action.
Bright teardrop-shaped meteor fell at about 11:55 pm EST and witnesses said five to six second descent and then a bright flash that lit up the sky like fireworks.
National Service out & # 39; I'm in Tallahassee said the fireball was picked up by the device out & # 39; I used to track lightning in a thunderstorm. The agency said that they are still working to determine where the meteorite may have landed, although it is possible that it was broken in the atmosphere prior to the impact.
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Several witnesses have taken to social media to share a rare sighting. Meteor piece of rock space which severed asteroid or comet in orbit around the sun, and as it enters the earth's atmosphere, it is combusted, creating a fire tail, which may resemble a shooting star.
11 55 PM EST
Fireball shaped form ike tear drop
The acute angle of incidence of 50 degrees
Sidereal noticed it on a height of 40 degrees high in the sky
Maybe the eighth full moon insize
From 5 to 6 seconds of descent
Bright as fireworks
I wonder what it is#meteor may be
– Satya Komatineni (@SatyaKomatineni) March 31, 2019
Yo I just saw shit on fire falling from the sky looked like a meteor or the amount ?
– CZR (@YoungCZR_) March 31, 2019
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