A bright fireball was recorded streaking through the night sky over San Antonio, Texas at 04:14 UTC on April 11, 2019.
The American Meteor Society (AMS) received 43 reports by 12:00 UTC on April 12 and received one video and one photo of the event.
— AMSMETEORS (@amsmeteors) April 12, 2019
Texas fireball heatmap – April 11, 2019. Credit: AMS
Featured image credit: G. Craig, AMS
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