Midnight meteor streaks across Western skies
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- A streaking fireball briefly illuminated parts of the Utah sky to daylight-level conditions early Wednesday, surveillance footage shows.
The video from outside security cameras at the University of Utah's Milford observatory shows a blinding flash of light around 12:07 a.m., followed by clear images of the object streaking away.
"It looks like a shooting star on steroids," said Seth Jarvis, director of the Clark Planetarium in Salt Lake City.
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