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Over the last 24 hours, the skies over the Eastern United States have been set ablaze by four fireball asteroids. Three of the fireballs actually happened within 1.5 hours of each other, which is unprecedented. In fact, the American Meteor Society has chimed in and stated, “It is rare that multiple significant fireball events occur and are reported to the AMS in the same evening. After analysis of the time, proximity of witnesses and pointing data gathered, it was determined that each event was unique. It is likely that several of these fireball events were captured on camera by the NASA fireball network.
originally posted by: TKDRL
a reply to: Jenisiz
I saw a doozie of a shooting star last night, nothing I would call a fireball, but it went across the whole sky, rarely see ones that good during metoer showers when I look up for hours lol. Luck I was looking out at a weird looking star or something when it zoomed by me.
originally posted by: mrsdudara
Considering the timing of events, coinciding with our irritating our enemies, I was immediately suspicious. So, I read several articles on it, and they all say things like: how that has never happened naturally before, so rare!, never seen so many inside that time frame before, etc.
They were nice enough to say that if anything, space junk or otherwise, is in the sky that lights up brighter than Jupiter, it is considered a fireball. Apparently, they seriously doubt this is a rock from space.
Doubt we will know what happened, but considering the locations... I have to wonder if those were aimed.