A bright "fireball" streaking through the New England sky had residents talking from Maine to Massachusetts on Tuesday evening. Residents in the Boston area reported seeing a possible meteor flying through the sky before 6 p.m, according to ABC's Boston affiliate WCVB . ] /> A web camera on Maine’s
Residents in Phoenix observed what appeared to be a bright meteor flying across the night sky on Tuesday. City officials in Phoenix tweeted about the event at around 11:30 p.m., calling it "something brilliant," after a security camera captured the sight. Witnesses reported seeing a bright
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A "fireball" was seen blazing through the evening sky over western Florida late Monday night. Dashboard cameras from the Venice Police Department and the North Port Police Department captured the blinding ball of light, believed to be a very bright meteor called a fireball. The American Meteor