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A meteor flared across the sky over Phoenix, Arizona Thursday morning, reportedly waking many residents from their slumber with the sound of a loud bang as it passed.
Locals took to social media to seek knowledge from what the noise was, as others confirmed it was a meteor streaking thru the sky.
Arizona, famously, is already house to an enormous meteor crater.
An iron asteroid, some ninety eight-164ft (30-50 meters) in diameter, impacted the Colorado Plateau in northern Arizona an estimated 50,000 years ago, leading to an limitless crater virtually a mile (1.6km) broad and 570ft (174 meters) deep.
The US Geological Focus on says the impression “exploded with the ability of over 2 million a spread of TNT” – a pair of hundred and fifty cases the energy of the atomic bomb which was dropped on Hiroshima in World War II.
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