Video shows meteor light up Southeastern U.S. brighter than a full moon

A blazing meteor streaking across the late August sky in the Southeastern U.S. was 20 times brighter than a full moon, according to NASA, which caught the predawn spectacle on video. The fireball had a diameter of 2 feet and weighed more than 100 pounds, NASA officials said.

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