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If the United States Geological Service's reading of a magnitude 2.0 earthquake in Michigan on Tuesday night wasn't enough to convince you that a meteor did in fact streak through the sky there, let Marc Fries. The NASA scientist says he managed to track the meteorites (those are the pieces of rock that end up on the ground after a meteor enters Earth's atmosphere) down by using weather radar data, pinpointing them to the Lakeland and Hamburg areas in Livingston County. He explains to the Detroit Free Press that the radars are pointed downward, versus at the sky, but the rocks "are reflective and they will show up in radar images" as they fall past the radar.
originally posted by: ignorant_ape
a reply to: CIAGypsy
pictures need provenance
yes there was a meteor event over michigan
but your OP source = click bait nonsense
originally posted by: CIAGypsy
A friend of mine sent me these two pics yesterday to ask if I had seen them. I hadn't. I did a reverse image search and found this blog site listed below. Of course, I'm skeptical of the source so I was wondering if anyone on ATS had the back story on this? I tried searching but I'm on a mobile and the ATS search doesn't like mobile (or at least not mine....)