Mike Hanky, chief operating officer of the nonprofit Meteorological Astronomy Organization, told CNN that "they had many emails from boom people" and that "it seemed significant."
"What they saw was the light produced by the object. colliding with the atmosphere, "explained Hankie, noting that there is usually a 1 -2 minute delay between sound and visual reports, because the sound travels slower than light.
Some witnesses describe Monday's fireball as a bright, fast lane that appears across the blue sky for a brief few seconds before it disappears behind the clouds. This was followed by explosive sound.
Another witness told AMS that it sounded like "they stand within inches of the largest fireworks display possible."
"It was so bad my house shook, I felt it in my chest and made me stand still. for a moment in panic, "they said. "I was preparing to load my kids with our emergency bags because I thought the power plant was about 1
So far, the group has not received any reports of damage.
The fireball is brighter and bigger. a meteor that rockets from space vacuum at speeds up to 10s from 1000s miles per hour.It can explode when it collides with a denser atmosphere, creating a sonic boom, it happens close enough to the surface.
Hanky says it can be difficult to confirm these events.
Some of the information astronomers believe , include whether or not the direction of the witnesses agreed or disagreed with the duration of the event and the reports of the riots, as well as their locations.
As for Monday night, most of the reports came from people living between Rochester and Syracuse. All of them report a duration ranging from 1.5 to 3.5 seconds.