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dashcam video shows bright michigan meteor tuesday night


video469722403 in this view from a vehicle dashcam, wwmt photographer zack lawler captures an object falling while lighting up much of the sky with a large flash. shareemailprintmoreshare on:share on linkedinshare on google+share on pinterestcopy shortlink:purchase: order reprint january 17, 2018 — 8:00am






meteor lights up the night sky over illinois and wisconsin


a meteor plummeted in a fireball over lake michigan early on monday, lighting up the night sky in bright blue just before scattering over the lake in many pieces, according to a police video and an expert’s description.lisle, illinois, police officer jim dexter recorded the meteor’s descent on the dash era of his patrol car at 1:25 a.m.aside from lisle, which is less than 30 miles (48 km) east of chicago, and other parts of illinois; witnesses reported seeing the meteor from wisconsin, michigan and as far away as new york state and the canadian province of ontario, according to a description on the website of the american meteor society.the meteor’s fiery descent is likely to rank as one of the most spectacular events of its kind anywhere in the world this year, mike hankey, operations man






meteor with sonic boom shakes up lake michigan region


var _ndnq = _ndnq || []; _ndnq.push([’embed’]);green bay, wis. (ap) — a meteor over lake michigan lit up the sky monday morning across several states in the midwest.dash video from police cruisers in wisconsin and illinois captured the fireball streaking through the night about 1:30 a.m. in addition to illinois and wisconsin, the american meteor society lists sightings in indiana, michigan and other states as well.meteorologist jeff last of the national weather service’s office in green bay, wisconsin, says the meteor was accompanied by a sonic boom that shook houses in the region.last says radar shows the meteor p ing over lake michigan, but he said it’s not clear if it landed in the water or if it broke up in the sky.






meteor over lake michigan lights up sky in several states


green bay, wis. — a meteor over lake michigan lit up the sky monday morning across several states in the midwest.dash video from police cruisers in wisconsin and illinois captured the fireball streaking through the night about 1:30 a.m. in addition to illinois and wisconsin, the american meteor society lists sightings in indiana, michigan and other states as well.impressive #fireball#meteor in wisconsin. https://t.co/di9vg8dbd5 — zack shields fox 7 (@zackshieldsfox7) february 6, 2017">meteorologist jeff last of the national weather service's office in green bay, wisconsin, says the meteor was accompanied by a sonic boom that shook houses in the region.last says radar shows the meteor p ing over lake michigan, but he said it's not clear if it landed in the water or if it broke up in the






college of lake county captures footage of meteor flashing across night sky


officials at the college of lake county police department were on the night shift monday morning at the agency's communication center when they noticed a flash on one of the television monitors."that drew their attention, and they were like, 'what is that?'" said tom guenther, police chief at the department. a surveillance era at parking lot 5 on the school's grayslake pus had captured a bright blue flash cruising across the sky at about 1:25 a.m., he said.it turned out to be a meteor. dash video from police cruisers captured the fireball streaking through the dark sky in wisconsin and illinois. the american meteor society listed sightings in indiana, michigan and other states, as well.meteorologist jeff last of the national weather service's office in green bay, wis., said the meteor was






meteor fireball registers as earthquake in michigan


detroit (ap) — experts say a bright light and what sounded like thunder in the sky above michigan was a meteor.the american meteor society says it received hundreds of reports of a fireball tuesday night over the state, including many in the detroit area. reports also came in from several other states and ontario, canada.some michigan residents reported their homes shaking.the society says the reports suggest a space rock penetrated deep into the earth’s atmosphere before it broke apart. the u.s. geological service says it registered as a 2.0 magnitude earthquake in michigan.bill cooke with nasa’s meteoroid environment office tells the detroit news it was “definitely a meteoroid” and a rare sight for michigan.other states where people reported seeing a fireball included illinois, pennsylva






gorgeous green 'san diego fireball' lights up western sky (video)


a bright fireball blazed up monday night (april 10) over the southwestern united states, dazzling observers in nevada, arizona and southern california. the meteor was spotted at about 9:00 p.m. pdt (10:00 p.m. mdt; midnight edt and 0400 gmt on tuesday, april 11). videos of the event show a bright green streak that flares up three or four separate times before fading into the darkness. one of these videos is a live stream recorded by faye heddings in east lake, near san diego. the meteor flashes overhead behind her, in a memorable fireball photobomb. "did you guys see that?" heddings says in the video, her eyes wide. "did you guys see that?" "the preliminary estimated trajectory plotted from the witness reports shows the meteor was traveling from the east to west and ended its visible fligh






blinding light, noise that rattled parts of midwest, canada was meteor


detroit — experts say a bright light and what sounded like thunder in the sky above michigan was a meteor.the american meteor society says it received hundreds of reports of a fireball tuesday night over the state, including many in the detroit area. reports also came in from several other states and ontario, canada.some michigan residents reported their homes shaking.the society says the reports suggest a space rock penetrated deep into the earth's atmosphere before it broke apart. the u.s. geological service says it registered as a 2.0 magnitude earthquake in michigan.bill cooke with nasa's meteoroid environment office tells the detroit news it was "definitely a meteoroid" and a rare sight for michigan.other states where people reported seeing a fireball included illinois, pennsylvania,






meteor over midwest explodes in brilliant fireball, causes mild earthquake


experts say a bright light and what sounded like thunder in the sky across the midwest was a meteor.the american meteor society says it received hundreds of reports of a fireball tuesday night over michigan, including many in the detroit area. reports also came in from illinois and several other states and ontario, canada.some michigan residents reported their homes shaking.the society says the reports suggest a space rock penetrated deep into the earth's atmosphere before it broke apart. the u.s. geological service says it registered as a 2.0 magnitude earthquake in michigan.bill cooke with nasa's meteoroid environment office tells the detroit news it was "definitely a meteoroid" and a rare sight for michigan.other states where people reported seeing a fireball included illinois, pennsylv






college of lake county captures footage of meteor flashing across night sky


officials at the college of lake county police department were on the night shift monday morning at the agency's communication center when they noticed a flash on one of the television monitors."that drew their attention, and they were like, 'what is that?'" said tom guenther, police chief at the department. a surveillance era at parking lot 5 on the school's grayslake pus had captured a bright blue flash cruising across the sky at about 1:25 a.m., he said.it turned out to be a meteor. dash video from police cruisers captured the fireball streaking through the dark sky in wisconsin and illinois. the american meteor society listed sightings in indiana, michigan and other states, as well.meteorologist jeff last of the national weather service's office in green bay, wis., said the meteor was






meteor?: bright light, loud noise rattle michigan residents


the national weather service says the bright light and what sounded like thunder in the sky across the detroit metropolitan area may have been a meteor.meteorologist jordan dale says the weather service hasn't been able to confirm that it was a meteor despite reports and videos received by the agency late tuesday. but he says "it was not thunder or lightning or weather-related."some residents reported their homes shaking.the weather service says by about 9 p.m. it had received dozens of reports.dale says the weather service is trying to determine what caused the light and noise, calling it "a rare occurrence."






meteor?: bright light, loud noise rattle michigan residents


detroit (ap) — the national weather service says the bright light and what sounded like thunder in the sky across the detroit metropolitan area may have been a meteor.meteorologist jordan dale says the weather service hasn’t been able to confirm that it was a meteor despite reports and videos received by the agency late tuesday. but he says “it was not thunder or lightning or weather-related.”some residents reported their homes shaking.the weather service says by about 9 p.m. it had received dozens of reports.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.dale says the weather service is trying to determine what caused the light and noise, calling it “a rare occurrence.”






meteor caught on video causes panic


people in california were in panic as the sky lit up bright green on what was reportedly a meteor that was also seen over the state of arizona, san bernardino, riverside, orange and san diego counties, according to a cbs news producer. twitter user, quartzsiterain, caught the moment the flash of light was seen. “meteor sighting…






police dash s capture meteor streaking over lake michigan - videos


february 6, 2017, 6:51 pm|the sky over lake michigan lit up like a diamond sunday night as a meteor streaked by. police dash s captured the event.






fireball lights up dark skies of phoenix


phoenix (ap) — phoenix residents are buzzing the morning after a fireball was spotted during the night.one of the city’s own cameras with a view from the top of city hall captured what appears to be a meteor falling across the sky tuesday.the illuminating streak occurred around 8:30 p.m.the city shared the video on its twitter account.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeksothers who witnessed it chimed in on social media. some shared their own videos.laurence garvie, a curator for arizona state university’s center for meteorite studies, told the arizona republic that it was most likely a bolide, a meteor that explodes in a bright flash.he says it is not related to the annual leonids meteor shower, set to peak this friday.






2017 taurid meteor shower peaks this weekend! what to expect


if skies are clear this weekend, be sure to take a few moments to gaze upward. you just might be lucky and catch a glimpse of a spectacularly bright meteor from the taurid meteor shower. while most meteor displays last about a week, the taurids have perhaps the longest duration of overall visibility. meteors from this particular stream begin appearing in mid-october and continue into mid-november. november 5 through 12 is traditionally the period when these slow and majestic meteors are at their best.  unfortunately, in 2017, this display has — so far — been seriously hindered by the presence of a brilliant moon. the moon turned full saturday (nov. 4) with bright moonlight flooding the sky much of the night, pretty much washing out all but the brightest meteors. thereafter, however, the mo






blue-green meteor lights up skies over illinois, other midwestern states


a meteor lit up the skies over the midwest early monday, a huge ball of flame seen from illinois and at least three other states, meteorologists said.“it was basically visible for a long distance,” said ricky castro, a meteorologist with the national weather service’s chicago office. “it was certainly an interesting event, uncommon for the area.”dashboard videos from suburban police, shared with the weather service, show a bright blue-green fireball streaking across the sky around 1:30 a.m.the american meteor society, which monitors meteor showers, said it had received more than 185 reports of sightings as of 7 a.m."the fireball was seen primarily from illinois and wisconsin, but witnesses from michigan, indiana, ohio, iowa, new york, kentucky, minessota and ontario (canada) also reported






2017 taurid meteor shower peaks this weekend! what to expect


if skies are clear this weekend, be sure to take a few moments to gaze upward. you just might be lucky and catch a glimpse of a spectacularly bright meteor from the taurid meteor shower.






as meteor lights midwestern skies, lisle cop captures 'giant green-lighted orb'


as a regular on the night shift, lisle police officer jim dexter is used to seeing the occasional shooting star or lunar eclipse, though mostly he's a witness to “the odd behavior of animals and humans.”early monday morning, dexter was on routine patrol near an apartment complex on blackhawk lane near interstate 88 when he saw “a giant green-lighted orb” streaking across the sky. he made sure his dash era had captured the fireball, then told other officers on patrol, and soon the national weather service was tweeting his video of a meteor that lit up the skies across the midwest around 1:30 a.m.university of wisconsin video of fireballa meteor seen across wisconsin and northern illinois was recorded by the east era on the roof of the atmospheric, oceanic & space sciences building at th






as meteor lights midwestern skies, lisle cop captures 'giant green-lighted orb'


as a regular on the night shift, lisle police officer jim dexter is used to seeing the occasional shooting star or lunar eclipse, though mostly he's a witness to “the odd behavior of animals and humans.”early monday morning, dexter was on routine patrol near an apartment complex on  blackhawk lane near interstate 88 when he saw “a giant green-lighted orb” streaking across the sky. he made sure his dash era had captured the fireball, then told other officers on patrol and soon the national weather service was tweeting his video of a meteor that lit up the skies across the midwest around 1:30 a.m.university of wisconsin video of fireballa meteor seen across wisconsin and northern illinois was recorded by the east era on the roof of the atmospheric, oceanic & space sciences building at th






blue-green meteor lights up skies over illinois, other midwestern states


a meteor lit up the skies over the midwest early monday, a huge ball of flame seen from illinois and at least three other states, meteorologists said.“it was basically visible for a long distance,” said ricky castro, a meteorologist with the national weather service’s chicago office. “it was certainly an interesting event, uncommon for the area.”dashboard videos from suburban police, shared with the weather service, show a bright blue-green fireball streaking across the sky around 1:30 a.m.the american meteor society, which monitors meteor showers, said it had received more than 185 reports of sightings as of 7 a.m."the fireball was seen primarily from illinois and wisconsin, but witnesses from michigan, indiana, ohio, iowa, new york, kentucky, minessota and ontario (canada) also reported






'spooky meteor noises' reproduced and explained by scientists | video


“photoacoustic coupling" may be behind strange sounds accompanying or even preceding a bright meteor soaring through earth’s atmosphere. scientists reproduced sounds based on the measured brightness of a fireball that was observed in dec. 2014.






when, where & how to see it


in mid-november, spectacular "shooting stars" will streak through the night sky as the leonid meteor shower hits earth once again. this annual meteor shower is responsible for some of the most intense meteor storms in history. sometimes, meteors fall at rates as high as 50,000 per hour. these storms only happen rarely; viewers this year will still be treated to an hourly rate of 10 to 20 meteors, according to sky and telescope, on the peak date of nov. 17. [top 10 leonid meteor shower facts] when to see them in 2016, visibility was poor because bright light from the waning gibbous moon outshone some of the meteors. this year, however, visibility will be excellent because the new moon will take place on nov. 18, providing a perfect view of the meteors, which will not be washed out by any lu






dashcam footage shows cars trapped in china mudslide


videothe video shows cars and trucks being swept across by the force of the mud.share this withcopy this linkhttp://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/world-asia-40591820/dashcam-footage-shows-cars-trapped-in-china-mudslideread more about sharingclose share panel






blue-green meteor lights up skies over illinois, other midwestern states


a meteor lit up the skies over the midwest early monday, a huge ball of flame visible from at least four states including illinois, meteorologists said.“it was basically visible for a long distance,” said ricky castro, a meteorologist with the national weather service’s chicago office. “it was certainly an interesting event, uncommon for the area.”dashboard videos from suburban police, shared with the weather service, show a bright blue-green fireball streaking across the sky around 1:30 a.m.the american meteor society, which monitors meteor showers, said it had received more than 185 reports of sightings as of 7 a.m."the fireball was seen primarily from illinois and wisconsin but witnesses from michigan, indiana, ohio, iowa, new york, kentucky, minessota and ontario (canada) also reported






uber ceo apologizes after video shows him berating driver: 'i need leadership he


uber chief executive travis kalanick has apologized, saying he admits he needs “leadership help,” after a video showed him berating one of the company’s drivers.the dashcam video obtained by bloomberg news and released tuesday shows kalanick arguing with driver fawzi kamel over uber’s fares, which kamel complained were too low.hiltzik: the worst of uber's recent bad news is google's accusation of theft »“i lost $97,000 because of you,” kamel tells him. “i’m bankrupt because of you.”toward the end of their exchange, kalanick loses his temper. “you know what? some people don’t like to take responsibility for their own ….,” he says, using a vulgarity. “they blame everything in their life on somebody else. good luck!”snap videoceo travis kalanick is seen discussing uber's business model with a






when, where & how to see it


in mid-november, spectacular "shooting stars" will streak through the night sky as the leonid meteor shower hits earth once again. this annual meteor shower is responsible for some of the most intense meteor storms in history. sometimes, meteors fall at rates as high as 50,000 per hour. these storms only happen rarely; viewers this year will still be treated to an hourly rate of 10 to 20 meteors, according to sky and telescope, on the peak date of nov. 17. [top 10 leonid meteor shower facts] when to see them in 2016, visibility was poor because bright light from the waning gibbous moon outshone some of the meteors. this year, however, visibility will be excellent because the new moon will take place on nov. 18, providing a perfect view of the meteors, which will not be washed out by any lu






when, where & how to see it this week


after being washed out by the 2016 december supermoon, the geminids will come roaring back in 2017. the famous and bright meteor shower will peak on the night of dec. 13 and morning of dec. 14. the geminids are considered one of the best meteor showers every year because the individual meteors are bright, and the peak can see meteors stream across the sky at rates as high as 120 meteors an hour. under light-polluted skies, fewer meteors will be visible. [december lights: 6 super facts for the geminid meteor shower] the geminid meteor shower is nearly 200 years old, according to known records — the first recorded observation was in 1833 from a riverboat on the mississippi river — and is still going strong. in fact, it's growing stronger. that's because jupiter's gravity has tugged the strea






huge meteor blazes across us skies


a bright meteor streaked across skies over us midwestern states early on monday morning.hundreds of witnesses reported seeing the glowing object, which was visible in seven us states and ontario, canada, according to the american meteor society.the fireball was also reportedly accompanied by a sonic boom that rattled homes in the area.






orionid meteor shower: leftovers of halley's comet


the orionid meteor shower takes place in october and november each year, peaking in mid-october. the orionids are noted for being bright and quick fragments, according to nasa, with an average speed of about 148,000 mph (238,000 kph). in 2017, the peak will occur on oct. 20-22. see our 2017 orionids skywatching guide for details. the orionids, like all meteor showers, are named after the constellation in which they appear to come from, which in this case is orion the hunter. while the constellation is best visible in the northern hemisphere, the meteor shower is visible in both the northern and southern hemispheres. orion's location is: right ascension: 5 hours declination: 5 degrees latitudes: between 85 and -75 degrees "the orionids are also framed by some of the brightest stars and plan






orionid meteor shower: leftovers of halley's comet


the orionid meteor shower takes place in october and november each year, peaking in mid-october. the orionids are noted for being bright and quick fragments, according to nasa, with an average speed of about 148,000 mph (238,000 kph). in 2017, the peak will occur on oct. 20-22. see our 2017 orionids skywatching guide for details. the orionids, like all meteor showers, are named after the constellation in which they appear to come from, which in this case is orion the hunter. while the constellation is best visible in the northern hemisphere, the meteor shower is visible in both the northern and southern hemispheres. orion's location is: right ascension: 5 hours declination: 5 degrees latitudes: between 85 and -75 degrees "the orionids are also framed by some of the brightest stars and plan






when, where & how to see it


after being washed out by the 2016 december supermoon, the geminids will come roaring back in 2017. the famous and bright meteor shower will peak on the night of dec. 13 and morning of dec. 14. the geminids are considered one of the best meteor showers every year because the individual meteors are bright, and the peak can see meteors stream across the sky at rates as high as 120 meteors an hour. under light-polluted skies, fewer meteors will be visible. [geminid meteor shower awes skywatchers worldwide (photos)]the geminid meteor shower is nearly 200 years old, according to known records — the first recorded observation was in 1833 from a riverboat on the mississippi river — and is still going strong. in fact, it's growing stronger. that's because jupiter's gravity has tugged the stream of






shocking new dashcam video shows fatal shooting of black motorist philando casti


the minnesota bureau of criminal apprehension has released dashcam video showing the shooting of philando castile.st. anthony police officer jeronimo yanez shot castile during the july 6, 2016 traffic stop in falcon heights and was recently found not guilty during a jury trial.warning: the video is graphic.






when, where & how to see it next month


after being washed out by the 2016 december supermoon, the geminids will come roaring back in 2017. the famous and bright meteor shower will peak on the night of dec. 13 and morning of dec. 14. the geminids are considered one of the best meteor showers every year because the individual meteors are bright, and the peak can see meteors stream across the sky at rates as high as 120 meteors an hour. under light-polluted skies, fewer meteors will be visible. [december lights: 6 super facts for the geminid meteor shower] the geminid meteor shower is nearly 200 years old, according to known records — the first recorded observation was in 1833 from a riverboat on the mississippi river — and is still going strong. in fact, it's growing stronger. that's because jupiter's gravity has tugged the strea






when, where & how to see it next month


after being washed out by the 2016 december supermoon, the geminids will come roaring back in 2017. the famous and bright meteor shower will peak on the night of dec. 13 and morning of dec. 14. the geminids are considered one of the best meteor showers every year because the individual meteors are bright, and the peak can see meteors stream across the sky at rates as high as 120 meteors an hour. under light-polluted skies, fewer meteors will be visible. [geminid meteor shower awes skywatchers worldwide (photos)]the geminid meteor shower is nearly 200 years old, according to known records — the first recorded observation was in 1833 from a riverboat on the mississippi river — and is still going strong. in fact, it's growing stronger. that's because jupiter's gravity has tugged the stream of






when, where & how to see it


in mid-november, spectacular "shooting stars" will streak through the night sky as the leonid meteor shower hits earth once again. this annual meteor shower, which peaks overnight on nov 17, is responsible for some of the most intense meteor storms in history. sometimes, meteors fall at rates as high as 50,000 per hour. these storms only happen rarely; viewers this year will still be treated to an hourly rate of 10 to 20 meteors, according to sky and telescope, on the peak date of friday, nov. 17. our columnist joe rao tells you what to expect. the best time to look for will be before dawn friday at 3 a.m. est (0800 gmt), according to jane houston jones of nasa's jet propulsion laboratory. [top 10 leonid meteor shower facts] when to see them in 2016, visibility was poor because bright ligh






dashcam footage captures 'distracted' driver


dashcam footage has been released showing a driver watching football on a mobile phone.norfolk police said the driver was given a warning letter.it wants other people to send in dashcam footage which shows drivers breaking the law.






eta aquarid meteors dazzle in spectacular 'shooting star' photos


during the peak of the annual eta aquarid meteor shower last weekend, skywatchers captured some stunning images of the "shooting stars" as they bolted through the night sky. eta aquarid meteors started raining down on earth's atmosphere in late april and will continue to spritz through the sky until may 20, according to nasa's meteoroid environment office. the most impressive part of this monthlong meteor shower happened during its peak, in the early morning hours of saturday, may 6. during the meteor shower's peak, astrophotographer justin ng captured an amazing time-lapse video of the meteor shower from mount bromo, indonesia. the bright meteors lit up the night sky like lightning flashes, and one even left a smoke trail as it burned up in earth's atmosphere. using a canon 5d mark iv dig






roseville armory controversy: council aims for homes on site


a dispute in roseville over whether to try and save the city’s former national guard armory is nearing an end.against the wishes of those who wanted to preserve the armory for use as a community center, the city council last week signaled its preference to redevelop the site for low-density housing instead.city officials consulted neighbors, getting what they considered a solid response: 87 comments, online or on paper. among those comments, 69 people said they preferred single-family detached homes on the site, while the community center option drew 44 positive responses, community development chief kari collins told the council.but 29 people declared that no institutional use was suitable — a hint of polarization.many in the area wanted the armory preserved partly because “some of our ol