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A lightning bolt 10 times brighter than the moon hit the American sky

BingMag.com A <b>lightning</b> <b>bolt</b> 10 <b>times</b> <b>brighter</b> <b>than</b> the <b>moon</b> <b>hit</b> the <b>American</b> sky

According to NASA, a glowing firecracker crashed into the Mississippi sky in the United States, creating a terrifying sound.

A fireball 10 times brighter than the moon passed through the skies of Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi early Wednesday, April 27 (Thursday, May 8, Tehran time), making a loud noise and inviting dozens of people to see the dazzling light. According to ABC News, more than 30 people observed the meteorite. And was spotted by observers not far from the town of Alcorn. According to NASA, the meteorite collapse caused several loud noises and a force equal to 3 tons of TNT, which caused tremors in the area.

"He saw a basketball with a white tail on it." People on Earth, however, were not the only observers of a light display. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration detected several glowing sudden lights as the space rock shattered in the atmosphere.

BingMag.com A <b>lightning</b> <b>bolt</b> 10 <b>times</b> <b>brighter</b> <b>than</b> the <b>moon</b> <b>hit</b> the <b>American</b> sky Azargui explodes from the point of view of geological satellites
Credit: NOAA

" "This is one of the most beautiful events I have ever seen in GLM data," according to NASA. When it entered Earth's atmosphere, it was 34,175 kilometers per hour and then split into smaller pieces, eventually collapsing completely over the swamps near Minorca, Louisiana.

According to the American Meteorological Association Meteors are very bright rocks that glow brighter than Venus. It was even brighter, and not only did it glow on its own, it also had a tail that exploded in bright light.

Cover Photo: A View of an Azargu

Source: Live Science

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