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The stunning video, captured with a Nest security camera, shows the moment an object appears over the city. It at first appears a tiny orb in the night sky, before quickly blossoming to become a massive flash that illuminates the clouds

A [mysterious bright flash tore across the Phoenix sky last night, sparking fresh fears of UFOs and alien invaders.

But, it’s likely the fireball was a tiny chunk of space rock burning up in our atmosphere.

The remarkable object was spotted by numerous people in the area, with reports streaming in from Arizona and the surrounding states, including California, Nevada, Utah and New Mexico.

Something BRILLIANT just flew across the Phoenix sky around 8:30 this evening!’ the City of Phoenix, AZ tweeted last night.

The stunning video, captured with a Nest security camera, shows the moment an object appears over the city.

It at first appears a tiny orb in the night sky, before quickly blossoming to become a massive flash that illuminates the clouds.

Excited observers were quick to share their own stories, too.

‘We saw the sky light up not far from Flagstaff!,’ Twitter user Debora Lee Soltez wrote in reply.

‘We were driving north, so didn’t see the meteor, just the sky lighten up then the flash…bright enough to see the trees along the road.’ _ stunning video

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/a...meras.html
Swamp gas. Arizona has lots of swamps you know. /sarcasm tag
Isn't Arizona a magnet for meteors?

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(11-16-2017, 03:29 AM)Tolimar Wrote: [ -> ]Isn't Arizona a magnet for meteors?

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I had a green fireball land a country block away from me. Heard the crash and saw brilliant fiery light as it descended into the trees and crashed. Was I impressed. You bet.. I saw the connection I thought. This was n BC
(11-16-2017, 03:29 AM)Tolimar Wrote: [ -> ]Isn't Arizona a magnet for meteors?

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Some one else had's to point this out,,

nice..

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(11-16-2017, 03:29 AM)Tolimar Wrote: [ -> ]Isn't Arizona a magnet for meteors?

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