I've only seen a few falling stars, but no meteors but thanks to the YouTubers in the world we get to see it all.

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On a clear crisp fall night, a home camera captured not one but several bursting meteors that happened over Missouri. It kinda looks like fireworks in the sky at night, and with homes installing security cameras we might be getting even more of these meteor shots than ever before.

It almost looks like a fireball too. A fireball is just another term for a very bright meteor and is special due to the way it explodes in the sky to create the flash we all can see. Fun fact: on August 23 The American Meteor Society recorded event number 4942 of a motor bring recorded for 2022. It was a daytime fireball and meteorite fall that was accompanied by 16 reports of sonic booms.

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