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Update on Midwest Fireball in the Sky

This post was written by Amy
on April 16, 2010 | Comments (0)

According to this story from WEAU out of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, the former president of the LaCrosse (WI) Area Astronomical Society thought that the fireball spotted in five Midwestern states was probably a stony meteorite, and the sonic boom heard was most likely caused by the meteorite going through the sound barrier.

Also included in the story is a fascinating eyewitness account, and along with a video of the fireball shooting across the sky.

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