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    Meteor in Texas

    Why doesn't this stuff every happen where I live?

    DALLAS – The fireball that streaked across the sky and alarmed numerous Texas residents was likely just a big meteor and not wreckage from colliding satellites, experts said Monday.

    Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Roland Herwig said the fireball seen across a wide stretch of the state Sunday morning probably was a natural phenomenon and not debris from last week's collision between an Iridium communications satellite and a Russian military space vehicle.

    And Preston Starr, observatory manager at the University of North Texas, said it probably was a meteor about the size of a pickup truck with the consistency of a chunk of concrete.
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    Re: Meteor in Texas

    It was seen in iowa. They just showed it and interviewed a woman from the QCA.



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    Re: Meteor in Texas

    Very cool.


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    Re: Meteor in Texas

    If that was a satellite, I am getting impact life insurance. Estimates say it was as large as a boxcar.


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    Re: Meteor in Texas

    The thing just missed my house. (by about 50 miles)


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