By carmen3521
274 days ago

A meteor falls in the western US and causes an intensity tremor 2

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The meteorite was seen throughout in places like Ohio, Michigan and Ontario

"I was sure I was watching the alien invasion or the apocalypse"

The United States Geological Survey (USGS) confirmed the fall of a meteorite on the outskirts of Detroit (Michigan) that caused a small tremor of intensity 2 on the Richter scale. The meteorite was seen throughout in places like Ohio, Michigan and Ontario.
The quake was recorded at 20.09 local time (01.09 of Wednesday GMT). The USGS confirmed that the origin of the earthquake was the fall of a meteorite that was "seen and heard" in the Detroit area. The show was a "great event," said Bill Cooke of the NASA office in Alabama. "It's definitely a meteorite." "Suddenly, the whole yard started to get brighter, something yellowish orange, like a light bulb, then it went black ...", said to 'Detroit News' Mike Tarkowski, a neighbor of Milford who was surprised by the fall of the meteorite while watching television at home. "It was something big and it was something in the air." "I can not believe there is a Meteor! It shook our house and it made a big impact! We thought someone was hitting our house," said Jennifer Wilson on Twitter. Approximate "of the fall of the meteorite was eight kilometers west-southwest of New Haven, a town of about 4,600 inhabitants on the outskirts of Detroit and close to St. Clair Lake and the Canadian border.
"I was sure I was watching the alien invasion or the apocalypse, it's impressive," another witness reacted on social networks. Before the USGS confirmed the meteorite's fall, dozens of citizens shared social networks on the phenomenon. a flash of light followed by an apparent explosion. Following these recordings, the National Weather Service (NWS) said that the "flash and rumble" did not correspond to lightning or thunder and already it advanced that it seemed to be a meteor. The meteorological service in White Lake Township said that the first report arrived around the 20:15 local time. "Someone was reporting lightning and thunder," explained meteorologist Cory Behnke. "We reviewed our observation data here, and I can say we have not had any lightning." photography by Michael Scott Moore

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