Exploding meteor startles Utah
A boisterous blast that broke the Saturday morning calm in Utah might have been a Perseid meteor.
As indicated by The Deseret News, the clamor surprised northern Utah at around 8:32 a.m. neighborhood time. Various home security and doorbell cams got the sound.
National Weather Service Salt Lake City before long posted a radar picture of two red glimmers on a lightning screen
The glimmers were reasonable the meteor trail and blaze, as per the weather conditions administration.
There have been no reports of shooting stars found from the blast, however a NASA volunteer let KSLTV know that the blast might have dispersed space rock pieces across the area.
The obliteration of the meteor makes it hard to figure out where it started from, however a logical guilty party is the Perseids, specialists told the Deseret News.
The Perseid meteor shower happens every year in July and August as Earth swings through garbage left by the comet 109P/Swift-Tuttle.
yet it hits Earth's environment at 133,200 mph (214,360 km/h), as per the American Meteor Society. This year, the Perseids crested on Aug. 11 and 12.
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