On Tuesday, Sept. 23, a second fireball occurred about 40 minutes after the fireball in Tennessee. The Michigan fireball is close to the edge of the camera because the meteor was at extreme range, over 200 miles away, for the camera.
The Michigan fireball was produced by a piece of a comet over 2 feet across, probably weighing around 40 pounds. It hit Earth’s atmosphere at a speed of 54,000 mph.
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Riding 65 north between mobile and Montgomery I observed a streek of really bright light crossing the sky,whatever it was seem like it exploded and I didn’t see it anymore. September 25 at like 1 or 2 in the morning