Wednesday night (April 14 2010) a gigantic fireball lighted up the sky. The fireball (probably a meteor) was visible for about 15 minutes beginning about 10 p.m., said the National Weather Service in Sullivan, Wisconsin, just west of Milwaukee.
The fireball was seen over the northern sky, moving from west to east.
The video shows a massive ball of light exploding across the sky.
There has been no official determination as to what caused the fireball. A large meteorite could have caused the brilliant fireball that has been reported. It is unknown if any part of a meteorite hit the ground.
According to NASA, a meteor appears when a meteoroid, a particle, chunk of metal or stony matter, enters the Earth’s atmosphere from outer space.
Maybe that fireball falling from the sky is Optimus Prime or Superman arriving to Earth
Post author: Daniel Semper