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Originally posted by verschickter
I found the website from "Kiss FM"
here you go with the article
AMARILLO, TEXAS -- Did you hear it? Many Panhandle residents are reporting that they heard a loud "bang" followed by a "roaring noise" last night around 10.
What may have sounded like something extremely strange was likely a meteor. According to the Federal Aviation Administration, a meteor may have been seen throughout parts of Oklahoma and Texas. The FAA received several reports from people who said they saw the bright, streaking light.
Storm Search 7 Chief Meteorologist Steve Kersh said the noise was caused by the meteorite burning up while entering the Earth's atmosphere over Central Texas and into Central Oklahoma
Originally posted by PhoenixOD
reply to post by burntheships
There may have been a meteorite that night that people heard but the video in the OP is just an attempt at a bit of viral marketing for the radio station.
The Federal Aviation Administration says a bright, streaking light seen in the skies over parts of Oklahoma and Texas likely was a meteor.
FAA spokesman Lynn Lunsford said late Wednesday the agency had received reports from people who saw the object about 8 p.m. as far north as Oklahoma City and as far south as Houston.
Lunsford said FAA officials knew it wasn't an airplane people were seeing, and a meteor was the likely