on Brian Lada, AccuWeather meteorologist and staff members
March 31, 2019, 3:38:50 PM EDT
The sky turned green over the United States, the south-east on Saturday night when a bright fireball burned in the night sky.
More than 200 people from Florida, Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina, reportedly saw a fireball flash in the night sky, according to the event page of the American Meteor Society (AMS).
(Image / Eve Pro Guides)
Meteor burned when entering the Earth's atmosphere to the east of Tallahassee, Florida, according to AMS report.
The glow from the burning meteor was so bright that he had created a shadow for a few seconds before the lights went out.
It is unknown when the meteorite hit the ground, or when it is completely burned in the atmosphere.
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Events such as this are not particularly rare, but they are much brighter than a standard meteor during the meteor shower.
At the beginning of March 29, 2019, over 300 people saw a ball of fire that streaks over the eastern Tennessee. Glow seen people throughout the region.
On February 1, 2019, a meteor exploded over western Cuba with some fragments reaching the ground. No injuries were reported, but the explosion was heard as far away as South Florida.
GOES-East Global Mapper Lightning (GLM) found the light released from the suspect fireball over Eris, FL 11:55 PM. pic.twitter.com/LBaJKj7zDJ
– NWS Charleston, South Carolina (@NWSCharlestonSC) March 31, 2019
– Bobbi Digital (@DigitalBobbi) March 31, 2019
The light from the fireball Saturday night can be seen in this video from Crawfordville, Florida.☄️
– Andrew Gorton WTOC (@AndrewGortonWx) March 31, 2019
Just I saw a meteorite while driving home from Florida ….. once in a lifetime thing. I blooming
– Cameron Shedenhelm (@camshed) March 31, 2019
– tblue? (@tbluegator) March 31, 2019
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