If you happened to be in a certain part of Florida or Georgia on Saturday – and also to happen outside after dark and look to the right direction – you might have seen a piece of space rock lightening the sky t . After being easily identified as a meteor, the object was flowing through the atmosphere in a fire of glory, and many people managed to catch it on video.
The meteor, also detected by the National Weather Service's hardware, caused light mixed media shortly after it appeared. The recorded video of car dash cameras and the home security lenses saw the rock as it burned towards the ground.
This is a fantastic clip of a stage dash recording, along with the driver's stunning response to see the meteor make his short appearance in the air: t
A slightly less exciting video has been recorded from a Ring video door bell, along with a slow movement version of the recording of the same angle: t
Regarding where anyone came from the excess debris down, no one is sure. The National Weather Service gave a brief statement stating that some reports had come in, but nothing had yet to be confirmed.
“We have heard reports that it has landed near Perry, FL, which would match GLM data, but can't confirm anything,” the group said on Twitter. “The satellite data suggests * that it is * *, in FL.
With smaller pieces of space rock like this one, it is rare that any large pieces survive the tone of the access and make it sound. In most cases, the rock is completely removed when it smacks into the Earth's atmosphere, burning completely before any remains can find a home on Earth.
Anyway, no injuries or damage were reported to structures so far, so if anyone from the rocks had survived his journey, he probably had somewhere quite remote.