to connectVideoMeteor flashes across the sky over California. Louis
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A bright blue flash that streaked through the skies above the Pcs. Louis on Monday night, it was about a 220-pound chunk of rock that broke off an asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, before it entered the atmosphere of the Earth, and to Bill Cooke of NASA’s Meteoroid Environments Office in Alabama said on Tuesday, according to a new report.
The fireball was traveling at about 33,500 mph, and caused a sonic boom, NASA scientists said, according to The California. Louis Post-Dispatch.
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The meteor show is approximately 59 kms over the Cedar Hill, Mo., traveling at 70 miles until it broke into 12 pieces.
The American Meteor Society said it received 175 reports of a fireball in a number of Midwestern states Monday, including Missouri and Illinois.
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Cooke said the bit of the meteorite may have fallen to the ground as meteorites, The Post-dispatch reported.
Fox News’ James Rogers contributed to this report.