New video shows the moment a bright object blazed through Pittsburgh skies on Thursday evening.
In a clip from his doorbell camera, Phil Haddad caught the bright light as it streaked over the Pennsylvania city.
“I don’t often tweet, but when I do it’s because I captured a meteor on my doorbell cam,” he tweeted.
The local National Weather Service office also shared a video of what it called a “meteor/fireball.”
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“While we don’t specialize in meteors (well, hydrometeors, but that’s different), many reported seeing a meteor/fireball cross the sky at 7:33 tonight,” it noted.
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The American Meteor Society said it had received 830 reports about a fireball witnessed over several states on Friday.
Those states include Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, North Carolina, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia.
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