Demonstrating once again the overlooked power of space, a 10-foot meteor exploded over Arizona skies early Thursday morning, frightening everyone who saw it.
Bill Cooke of NASA’s Meteoroid Environment Office told SpaceWeather.com that it was the brightest fireball detected in the 8-year history of the All Sky Fireball Network, an array of NASA cameras that monitors fireball activity. It had the kinetic energy of approximately 10 kilotons, NASA reported.
Watch the meteor explode in the videos below:
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