No it wasn’t your eyes playing tricks ~ above you, that was a actual fireball in the sky Wednesday night - and Saturday evening too, over brand-new Jersey.
Close to 500 world saw the bright thing streaking throughout the skies and also reported it to the American Meteorological culture (AMS) on Wednesday, Nov. 10.
The fireball was also seen by the crew of an are X together it lifted turn off on Nov. 10 come the International space Station, report Space.com.
Massive fireball meteor under the SpaceX #Crew3 launch this evening from main Virginia. Unbelievable minute as the rocket flew over. 80" full exposure time. Falcon 9 second stage flyby is the lengthy streak.