The people of New Jersey and the East Coast reported that they saw a "bright fireball" from a meteor flying in the sky Wednesday night. low in the sky about 11 hours. on the beach at Barnegat Light with his family, described the possible meteor as green and with sparkling edges on its tail. "Otherwise, we could see many stars, but the moon was not visible tonight, so it was usually dark
AMS could not be reached immediately for more information
The eastern sky at the time of the Lydian meteor shower , but the experts said it was likely a piece of asteroid scale
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