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Loud fireball lights up the East Coast sky (PHOTOS, VIDEO) P
Sat Oct 8, 2016 05:42

Loud fireball lights up the East Coast sky (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
Published time: 5 Oct, 2016 23:50
Edited time: 6 Oct, 2016 12:31

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People from Maryland to Québec may have seen an unusually large and loud fireball in the sky. The American Meteor Society received 510 reports of a fireball with a sonic boom. The fireball was likely an asteroid.
Tuesday night’s fireball sightings could be one of the American Meteor Society’s (AMS) top 10 events in terms of received reports, according to the Washington Post.
There were a few unique factors behind the fireball that led to the large numbers of reports.

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To start, it was generally seen by more people because it happened around 22:30 EST. In addition, reports came from Ontario, Québec, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Michigan, Maryland, DC and Virginia.

“What struck me is that people from Canada to Southern Maryland saw it,” Mike Hankey, operations manager for the American Meteor Society, told the Post. “That means it was pretty bright.”

In addition, the fireball was different than many because of the sonic boom witnesses reported hearing.

The experience was so intense that Toronto police and fire services received calls about a “plane crashing into the Toronto Harbor” the AMS reported.
Sonic booms are typically heard within a 50-mile radius of the sighting, but some reports came from Pennsylvania.

This means that the fireball must have penetrated the Earth’s atmosphere deep enough to create a sonic boom.

“To have that echoing sound means it has to get pretty close to the surface,” Hankey explained.

The jury is still out on what the fireball actually was, but Hankey believes it is likely an asteroid or piece of a comet.
Given how deep the fireball was traveling, if it was an asteroid then it could have disintegrated into small meteorites that may have fallen to Earth.
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Red Quill2d
It was Lucif€r falling to earth in time for the November elections. He has chosen Hillary Clinton as his host body.

JadranLeader Red Quill2d

wasd1234Influencer Red Quill2d
If I could think of one person on this earth that makes me think of old pointy head, it would be hillary...

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Olive Battery2d
Putin did it. But come to think of it, if the US was going to do a sneak nuclear attack on Russia they would probably include a false flag on something like Toronto. They do not want to look bad in history. Even though there will be no more history after Russia retaliates.

Orange Guitar Olive Battery2d
such tough talk!

Red Chilli2d
>“What struck me is that people from Canada to Southern Maryland saw it, ... That means it was pretty bright.”

No that means it was pretty high up

Olive Bug Red Chilli2d
Of course. That's because it came from space

and in the US, the government reports it suspects it was a test of a new Russian weapon, goes to defcon 2... lol

Blue Locomotive2d
Putin was seen riding Drogon right after

Gold Palmtree2d
Swamp gas

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Would love to see meteor like that live, cool!

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Olive Wheel2d

Red Umbrella2d
They drop these over-sized fireworks from airplanes.

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Orange Sailboat2d
Was that another Chinese satellite :)

Orange Bottle2d
It was israeli raket that went down?

Chinese space junk

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Cyan Umbrellawhacko2d
Chinese space station.

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whacko Cyan Umbrella2d
Yes I read a while back that they lost control of it and don't know where it is coming down in October this year

Mike LeisLeader2d
We have seen a few like this in South Australia, well I have seen 2 and more recently in Queensland, this happened in Vietnam Russia and all over the States.
I say its a warning shot, not a meteor.

Atomic Trix1d
I sonic boom every morning.

Orange SushiAtomic Trix1d
How very interesting.

Aubrey GarrettLeader1d
It was that young guy with the funny haircut, that kid from North Korea, just showing off. lol

Orange Processor2d
Trump claims "I told everyone that this would happen. Years ago!"

Cyan Cactus2d
300,000 miles 30,000 miles now this....

Green Cherries2d
A whole 512 make believe people saw this fake video and reported it.

Blue Fries2d

A multiple independently targetable reentry vehicle (MIRV) is a ballistic missile payload containing several warheads, each capable of being aimed to hit one of a group of targets. By contrast a unitary warhead is a single warhead on a single missile.

Might Blues Fries have it gotten it exactly right? One round from a MIRV?

Notice the double burst from first the A bomb going off and then the second burst of the H bomb going off?

The picture above of two great fireballs in the sky is from Vera Beach, Florida of a CE-5 event. That is where the viewers had been visiting with our extraterrestrial elders from space and agreed ahead of time to meet there.

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This next is the great ball of fire that was burst off before reaching Chelyabinsk.
Might we wonder who has such technical capability to approach from behind and shoot a rod right through the great ball of fire?
The flash of the exploding nuclear warhead of an air-to-air rocket is shown as a bright sun in the eastern sky at 7:30 a.m. July 19, 1957 at Indian Springs Air Force Base, some 30 miles away from the point of detonation. A Scorpion, sister ship of the launching aircraft, is in the foreground.

(National Nuclear Security Administration / Nevada Site Office)

The picture to the right is of the fireball that exploded over Chelyabinsk, February 15, 2013.

To the farthest right is the fireball over Argentina 4-21-2013


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