Did Texans glimpse the Lyrid meteor shower this month - ahead of schedule?
While star gazing calendars didn't expect the Lyrids until the 22nd of April, many locals reported seeing a large, fantastic fireball on the 20th and 21st, days after other meteors were seen in other parts of the world - along with many earthquakes.
Reports were sent to NUFORC and AMSMeteors.org, detailing a large fiery object in the sky, flashes of light, and power outages:
San Antonio on April 21st (NUFORC):
A Beautiful Rock full of different colors in the sky.
Jerrell and Laredo on April 20th (NUFORC):
Sky flashed white, then reddish orange glow for 20 seconds.
Did you see this fireball as well? Did you get photos or video? Send a report!
Very large aircraft that seems to stay somewhat hidden in the clouds, it rises in the east and sets in the west everyday
The image isn't terribly helpful, but there does appear to be some disc-shaped clouds in the mix. Could there be a new type of cloud formation (perhaps due to weather) that is making an appearance daily and surprising this witness?
Or is this someone sending a description of the sun to TUS as a joke? Totally deserves an LOL if that's the case!
If you have anything to add, please comment or report a sighting.
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