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TUCSON (KGUN9-TV)- Hundreds claim they saw a large light, as well as heard one to two loud booms across Tucson Tuesday night.
KGUN 9 has received tons of calls and over 600 comments on our Facebook page from people across Tucson and Arizona.
We even had a person in Flagstaff claim to see something suspicious.
Here's an account from our viewer Tony Kubrak: "My wife and I and my son were sitting in the house, and we felt this absolutely tremendous explosion, I mean, it shook the windows, it shook everything in the house. I stepped outside, and had to be no more than 3 minutes later after I hear all of this, and I see this tremendous, white, bright light in the western sky. And it was just...it was absolutely enormous, I couldn't believe it."
or just a simple meteor
Earth is entering a stream of debris from rock comet 3200 Phaethon, source of the annual Geminid meteor shower. Forecasters expect the shower to peak on Dec. 13-14 with as many as 120 meteors per hour. Lunar interference will be a problem, as glare from the nearly-full Moon reduces the number of visible meteors 2- to 5-fold. You can listen to radar echoes from the Geminids, unaffected by moonlight, on Space Weather Radio. Also, tune into NASA's live web chat about the Geminids on Friday the 13th beginning at 11 pm EST.
Geminids on Friday the 13th
It doesn't look like a meteor to me.
A meteor that big would leave a bright trail like the recent one in Russia.
This is far too clean to be a meteor.
On Dec. 10, 2013, the network reported 13 fireballs.
(9 sporadics, 1 December Monocerotid, 2 Geminids, 1 sigma Hydrid)