Here is a "new" angle to the story.
In the first 5 minutes it is discussed, as well as a chan post that stated on sunday that something would occure in Michigan.
Not claiming anything, just adding to your research.
You don't have o clue what a large meteor entering earths atmosphere looks like do you? Besides that the beams are straight up and brighter on the
ground, two impactors big enough to survive ablation and actually hit would leave craters and cause super excitement in the world of science.
Or are you one of those that think everything that happens is kept secret, except for a few amateur photos or videos...
It could be a snow dog-sometimes the ice crystals within the cirrus or altostrstratus clouds and the rising or setting sun can cause this effect, were
these clouds fluffy or patchy? Is it cold where you are?
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