Twitter heats up with "Halloween fireballs"

11/7/2013 | USA Today

Twitter users in California lit up their feeds on Wednesday with mentions of what they assumed was a meteor breaking up in the sky. The tweeters were likely noticing annual meteor streams called the South Taurids, according to the National Weather Service. The South Taurids are also known as "Halloween fireballs" because of the timing of their seasonal appearances.

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