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People Reported Fireball over Iowa Sky


People Reported Fireball over Iowa Sky



It has been reported by the National Weather Service that they are trying their level best to confirm what the fireball actually was.

According to a new report, hundreds of people have reported a bright colorful fireball in Iowa at around 5:40 p. m. on Thursday night. Scientists expect this fireball is most likely to be a Meteorite.

The American Meteor Society said that about 700 people reported them after they saw the burning object over the Iowa sky. The most interesting fact is that after the streak of bright light in the Iowa sky, people also reported Venus after sunset in the clear sky.
Many of the eyewitnesses said that they have seen a spectacular green ball as bright as the sun shoot across the sky. The American Meteor Society (AMS) declared this cosmic event to be the fifth most reported fireball in thehistory of online AMS reporting system.
Joe Wright is the operations Director at the University of Missouri-Kansas City's Warkoczewski Public Observatory and vice president of the Astrological Society of Kansas City. He said: "We can't see every direction every minute of the day and night. So this totally caught us off guard, just like the one in Russia and the one over Arizona". source


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