Technology A Meteor Fireball Exploded Over Michigan And Lit Up The Night Sky In An Incredible Flash Of Light

05:00  17 january  2018
05:00  17 january  2018 Source:   uproxx.com

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Detroit and the surrounding areas of Michigan had the night sky lit up bright as day when a possible meteor burned through the atmosphere. Ingham County Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management said it was a meteor fireball .

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Metro Detroit and the surrounding areas of Michigan had the night sky lit up as bright as day when a meteor burned up in the atmosphere and burst, creating an astonishing moment on video. Residents of Detroit reported hearing a loud boom following the flash of light, which was captured on video across the state. After thousands of confused Michiganders took to social media wondering what just happened, the Department of Homeland Security confirmed that it was a meteor fireball.

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