(Wyo.)-Meteor Explodes Above Southern Wyoming
CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - The American Meteor Society says it has received reports of a meteor exploding in the sky above southern Wyoming on Sunday night.
The sight occurred about 10:45 p.m. and was observed from as far as 400 miles away.
Eight witnesses, including people in Idaho and Colorado, reported the event to the American Meteor Society.
Society volunteer Mike Hankey of Baltimore says the meteor traveled from southeast to northwest.
On March 28, another meteor was spotted in northern Wyoming and was seen by people as far away as Canada.
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