‘Big as hell’ meteor crashes into sea off Australian coast (VIDEO) https://t.co/KaSt0YzKLx pic.twitter.com/UYd53RMYO8
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Late in the evening on Monday, a bright flash lit up the sky above Boyne Island, in the Australian state of Queensland, on the country's western coast. The flash was followed by a small earthquake.
What was it? Initially people on the ground had no idea, just the surprised witnesses to one of nature's more spectacular shows, what experts later said was a meteor—likely about three feet wide—crashing to Earth.
Lit toilet paper sparks forest fire in Spain https://t.co/05sNHU0cfj pic.twitter.com/9u2IPQS0n9 — Sky News Australia (@SkyNewsAust) August 7, 2016 Last week, an expat living in La Palma, one of Spain's Canary Islands, was taking a w...
AND YET SMOD CONTINUES TO FAIL US: ‘Huge meteor’ crashes to earth as flash of light is spotted in sky and houses start to shake.
NEW YORK (AP) — East Coast residents were buzzing on social media sites and elsewhere Friday night after a brief but bright flash of light streaked across the early-evening sky —in what experts say was almost certainly a meteor comi...