We recently reported on a series of San Antonio, Texas UFO sightings. Well, the most notable one - a a firey object streaking across the sky - was deemed a meteor/fireball by NASA. Well, now they're changing their tune. It's now the contrail from a jet, and was confused with another legitimate sighting of a fireball that popped into the sky earlier in the week.
Cooke has agreed. "Reviewing the video, it does appear to be a contrail," he told Life's Little Mysteries. "There were sightings of a daytime meteor April 2 but this video is not of a meteor/fireball. Different event."
The April 2 daytime fireball — a rare event, as a meteor must be at least one yard across for its atmospheric entry to be visible during the day — was seen by thousands of people in New Zealand.
By the way, I'm NOT a fan of Life's Little Mysteries (quoted in the story). Life's Little Mysteries, along with Space.com, Discovery News, Live Science, Fox News, MSNBC, and sometimes Yahoo (as seen here) tend to debunk UFOs together on a regular basis and basically use each other as sources. Very fishy!