TexasUFOs has reported on many uncharacteristically large meteors in recent months, and in fact, it seems that every year the fireballs get bigger and brighter and deadlier.
Case in point: a very large and bright meteor exploded over Arizona on June 2nd at around 4 am; NASA confirmed the fireball to be an asteroid, weighing two tons and measuring three meters wide:
Meteor was so bright, it turned night into day:
After the meteor exploded, it left smokey white trails:
See videos of Arizona meteor explosion from different angles:
See more videos at LunarMeteoriteHunters.com.
No known meteor showers were expected for this evening, but the Earth did move in between Saturn and the Sun. Could Earth's new location have caused this collision, along with other extraordinary weather events happening on the planet right now?
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