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Wow, are all the newscasters in Arizona that clueless?
Obviously a meteorite or incoming space debris until proven otherwise. Lemme know when it's clocked on radar doing an about-face at several thousand miles an hour and we'll discuss other possibilities.
In short, it's a rock.
The meteors will start out few and far between in early evening but will increase in number as evening deepens into late night. Worldwide, these meteors will fall most abundantly in the hours after midnight, with the largest concentration at 2 a.m.
In the past "house shaking" has not been associated with meteor showers.
St Udiothe meteor shower you assosciate with ISON after being crumbled by the Sun
is not even the Earth Orbit Yet... it will be weeks until the ever widening debris field is in the proximity of intersecting the Earth Orbit
reply to post by zilebeliveunknown
It was said the object was extremely bright and this light should have illuminated the tail if it was a meteor. The one in Russia left a huge tail and would have been visible even at night...I have no idea what it might be. It could be a meteor but I'm just pointing out that it should have had a tail and this tail should have been made visible by the light of the meteor...