Did anyone else catch that? Lots of people are reporting seeing a meteor light up the skies over several East Coast cities tonight, including New York and Washington, D.C.
Whoa! I think I just saw a meteor.
— Hair (@SHannitysHair) March 22, 2013
— Chris Edwards (@edwardswxwxyz) March 23, 2013
— Nick Rafter (@NRafter) March 23, 2013
we got the #meteor in NoVA too, for all of you paying attention. leading edge was a glowing green
— Brandon R. Barnett (@brandonbarnett) March 23, 2013
#meteor I Saw it just north of Baltimore city. It looked like it was traveling east and fizzled out in atmosphere.
— Mike (@MikeZig) March 23, 2013
Just saw what appears to be a pretty big #meteor here in CT. It was very slow and bright green. Crazy! Anyone else see that?
— The Alternate Routes (@alternateroutes) March 23, 2013
In NYC, walking down Lexington with my GF! #meteor flashed across the sky in front of us! 1 of the most amazing things I have ever seen!
— Neal Heneghan (@NealHene) March 23, 2013
FLASH: Reports of a possible meteor seen on U.S. Eastern Seaboard; sightings from upstate New York to northern Virginia.
— Bloomberg Business (@business) March 23, 2013
If anyone got a pic of meteor, please share, thanks so much….
— Capital Weather Gang (@capitalweather) March 23, 2013
That goes for us, too. Anyone have any pictures?
First time I've ever envied the Russians and their dash cams! #meteor
— Tim Hartman (@timhartman) March 23, 2013
I didn't see a #meteor but I did see a much larger than average aircraft flying slowly over my neighborhood. It was travelling south west.
— Geocosmic Valentine (@GeoValentine) March 23, 2013
I missed the meteor – but I think I spotted a Delta jetliner heading for LaGuardia. #NYCMETEOR
— toddstarnes (@toddstarnes) March 23, 2013
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Can’t we all just get along? We thought we could have one nice hate-free astronomical post, but no.
— WitCoHE (@E__Strobel) March 23, 2013
— Drekavac (@Drekavac) March 23, 2013
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No, this is not a picture of the meteor. It’s a picture of a meteor, but this photo has been on the Internet for a while.
This meteor photo is making its rounds on social media – don't be fooled! It is from this 2010 Maryland weather blog http://t.co/WhwDueRtko
— FOX25 News Boston (@fox25news) March 23, 2013
VIDEO: 'Fireball' Meteor Lights Up Skies From Florida To New England… http://t.co/7f4mJjRoE7
— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) March 23, 2013
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