The show team was spotted zooming in on several US states on Friday, including Indiana and Wisconsin. The American Meteor Society (AMS) was involved in the sighting and said it had received about 150 reports of the fireball.
as per * NewsweekRobert Lunsford, the ball’s news coordinator for AMS, was informed that the ball’s flight, which headed northeast, lasted between three and five seconds. The balloon entered the air over the town of Advance, Indiana, and broke up over Burlington, Indiana, according to AMS.
In addition, the meteor society has been informed that many reports have come from Indiana, Alabama, Iowa, Wisconsin, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois and Kentucky. Mr Lunsford said this ball was likely to be “random” and not associated with any particular meteor shower.
“I’ve seen a lot of balls in this part of the sky but this was the biggest one by far,” one person who saw the ball in Ohio told AMS. Another eyewitness said, “I’ve never seen anything like what I just saw. Beautiful, exciting, and it pushed me to do live research and see if anyone else had seen it too.” “All I know is this was great and amazing to see even if only for a short time. Breathe!” he added a third time.
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Globe is another term for bright meteor. They are brighter than the average meteor because they are larger pieces of space debris.
Meteors, also known as shooting stars, are the streaks of light we see in the sky when asteroids or meteorites enter the Earth’s atmosphere at high speed and burn up in the process.
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