Giant Meteor Lights Up Canada's Skies

Vidic15

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#3
That's pretty awesome, I would love to see something like that shoot right in front of me as I stare in awe.
 
#6
Imagine one droping in your backyard, how much money NASA will pay you to get their hands on it!
 
#7
I doubt NASA would pay you for it; they'll just take it. They'll tell you some strange foreign object law that forbids you to have it.

That video looks awesome. It's like something out of Smallville. Very cool!
 

ysabel

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I doubt NASA would pay you for it; they'll just take it. They'll tell you some strange foreign object law that forbids you to have it.

That video looks awesome. It's like something out of Smallville. Very cool!
:lol: I can imagine NASA doing that.

I think it would have awesome to witness that, as long as you don't feel like it's going to fall on you.
 

DinoFlintstone

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I saw something like that about 10 years ago, if I remember right, I got the fright of my life as the tail was miles long and lasted a few seconds heading out into the Atlantic. It was that amazing, I was more or less thinking about it for days on end. I only saw it because I had a lot on my mind and went out for a walk.
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One night I was high, and I saw a meteor shower, it was constant, it was like orange sparks flashing through the sky, and I thought it would never end. At first, I thought I was tripping, but after a while, you know if it's your mind playing tricks on you or not. A little part of me thought it was because I was high, but then other people saw it too and were amazed. The other reason I remember it so well, is because it was about the exact same time the huge tsunami hit Asia, and then days later, we had out own local natural disaster.
 
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#10
Oh yeah I saw this in the news. It looks amazing.. but if I looked up at the sky and saw that I'd probably get really freaked out :cute:
Gawd, its soo bright!
 
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