People on the East Coast reported a "bright fireball" of a meteor sweeping across the sky on Wednesday night.
The American Meteor Society claimed to have received more than 200 reports from witnesses who saw the white light low in the sky. Around 11 pm
The fireball was also used by sky watchers in Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont and Virginia.
A man keeps running The beach in Barnegat Light with his family described the possible meteor as green and with sparkling edges on the tail.
"He illuminated the entire beach," said Mike K. of the American Meteor Society. "We could see many stars otherwise, but the moon was not visible tonight, so it was generally dark.
The AMS could not be reached immediately for more information.
In April, a similar fireball ripped across the Heaven The eastern sky around the time of the Lyridian meteor shower, but experts said it was probably a piece of rock from an asteroid.
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