Sunday, March 31, 2019 3:11 pm – Great ball of fire lit up the sky in Florida on Saturday night
Briefly night sky shone as bright as the day over northern Florida on Saturday night, as a meteor streaked over his head.
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Shortly before midnight, a bright blue-green light pierced the sky in Perry, Florida, south of Tallahassee, although observations were brought to the American Meteor Society from as far away as Atlanta, Charleston, and Tampa. Some 220 reports were received in the AMS on a Sunday afternoon.
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The local branch of the National Service out & # 39; I saw a meteor, as well, but from a slightly different point of view. Office Tallahassee NMS chirp meteor image as seen from the satellite 16 GOES Lightning Mapper (GLM), where he & # 39, appeared as a bluish momentary splash.
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Other types of strikes reported in AMC observers from around the region; Society has placed multiple captured video on Youtube, as shown below.
Until now, there was no recorded evidence of a meteorite falling to earth.
- Rocks in space are known to meteor (the largest of them, is generally called asteroids)
- When a meteorite enters the atmosphere, it produces a beam of light across the sky, is called a meteor
- Large meteoroids producing a bright ball of fire, or even explode as a fireball
- Any piece of a meteorite or asteroid that hits the ground is called a meteorite
- There are three main types of meteorites – iron, stony and stony-iron
- Most meteorites contain some of the earliest minerals to generate more than 4.5 billion years ago in our solar system,
- Some meteorites from Mars or even the Moon!
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