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People who reported seeing a fiery ball of light in the cloudless noon sky today really did see an unidentified flying object. The flying object has not been identified. But no one has conjectured that it held little green men with giant eyes. It’s likely falling space debris or a meteor, according to the National Weather Service. “It could definitely have caused that,” said meteorologist Pat McDonald. “It’s the only thing we can think that could have caused that.” A space rock or piece of an old satellite burning up as it hit the earth’s atmosphere is not a rare occurrence, said Joe Wheelock, the public affairs specialist at the McDonald Observatory. “It’s not uncommon at all,” he said. Jane Marke, an amateur astronomer, said she was at a traffic light near the airport when she saw a bright light streaking across the eastern sky at 11:49 a.m. “I saw a brightness of light fall from the sky, going very fast,” said Marke. “I would say it was about 1 magnitude. That’s about as bright as you can get.” She said she believes it was a meteorite, though it could have been “a piece of space junk.”

An Express-News photographer driving between Kerrville and Comfort saw what he described as a very bright ball of light low in the sky at 11:50 a.m. At around the same time, a 911 caller reported seeing some sort of airborne fiery object that appeared to be falling in the vicinity of Johns Road north of Interstate 10 in Boerne. A police officer was dispatched but didn’t find anything, a department clerk said. Sheriff’s offices in neither Kendall County nor Kerr County reported receiving any calls about the object. The Army, which operates an ammunition storage and transfer facility at Camp Stanley in Northwest Bexar County, reported no unusual activity this morning. “All the ranges at Camp Stanley are closed, so we weren’t testing ammunition and we haven’t had any incident today regarding the storage and transfer facilities,” said Phil Reidinger, an Army spokesman at Fort Sam Houston. The Air Force said none of its planes at two local bases was involved in an incident that could have caused the flash. “We don’t have anything that would generate a great flash of light in the sky,” said Dave Smith, a spokesman with the Air Education and Training Command at Randolph AFB.


A bright and colourful object that flew across the sky tonight, and was spotted by hundreds of people across the country, is thought to be a meteorite. Police and the MetService received dozens of calls this evening about an object described as looking like a “crashing satellite”. Earth and Sky senior observer Matt Hall said it was “most likely” a meteorite which had broken away from a comet or asteroid. “As it enters the Earth’s atmosphere, it burns up into smaller pieces. They saw quite a bright light shooting from northeast to east with what looked like bright sparks coming off the back of it.” Meteorites often looked like they were overhead when in fact they were a long way away, he said. Police earlier said the line left in the sky was possibly a contrail, the water vapour that trails a plane’s flight path. Police received more than 20 calls around 7pm from people concerned about what the object is, a communications spokesman said. MetService received numerous calls from residents in the lower North Island and upper South Island. Calls had been mainly from Wellington, Kaikoura and Otaki. Several Wellington Stuff readers said they’d seen it. Some described it as a shooting star which burned yellow and green. One reader described it as a “glowing ball” shooting through the sky at speed. “It left a distinctive vapour trail and it wasn’t in a straight line, it was curved and irregular. It then exploded and the vapour trail ended. I could still see the glowing ball and after a second it exploded again and I could see the vapour trail again.” Others said it moved in a zig-zag pattern rather than a straight line and “popped twice and disappeared”. A Wellington resident said it looked like a “crashing satellite” that “exploded in the sky with a green flash”. tweeted that a “spectacular fireball”, thought to be a meteor, was seen over Wellington and Christchurch.