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Rare to see someone love something as much as this man loves his trade.
Love his enthusiasm and passion for astronomy
I love seeing a person so passionate about what they do. This guy is cool.
if only all of us found even half as much intrest and joy in our own work as this guy does
I will never know for sure, but I remember when I was kid under 10 years old I was walking with my mom and siblings in some park in Pomona California.
I've seen aot of these especially during the night shift driving hours but, never a boom. Closest thing to it is you really see it burning and the smoke it causes before crashing into some mountain field's
Now imagine a rock 100X that size and moving at that speed. Man the dinosaurs had it bad.
Thank you for the interview with Mr. Wiggins the astronomer !!
Seen and heard this while sitting on a tank 5-6 yrs ago at a night time varmint hunting west of Benjamin TX. The colors the meteorite put off were awesome the boom was just that a boom.
I was sitting outside a coffee shop in Austin one summer a few years ago. In the company of several people. I heard 3 booms coming from the sky. Only one other person heard it too. The group broke up and I walked across the street got in some shade with my coffee and started watching some dog rescue people showing their dogs. As a woman was petting a dog all of sudden dirt flew up all around her. Just her. Just that one small spot. I went over to talk to the woman and she said she seen sparks all around me ! We just looked at Each other and walked away. True.
We all are in Nitro, WV and was watching a movie projected onto the side of the house laying out in the yard and seen a flash throughout the sky, then seconds later heard a distant 'boom' and could not figure out what it was. I believe it might have been a meteor now.
Gotta love this guys enthusiasm for science!
Someday a loud BOOM will be the last thing you hear.
Love his enthusiasm
We had one here in south Texas, it was loud, it made a boom hundreds of miles , a couple of years ago.
We have several rocks that we suspect may be meteorites. They were ones that my grandfather collected in the 1920s and 1930s. Where could we take them for appraisal?
I went to that big meteor crater in Arizona a month back that had a lot of cool stuff about meteors, and now this meteor is in my home state
As a child watching Lost in Space a meteor storm was always exciting With speeding meteors smashing in to their flying saucer... Edited in Tough built saucer that can deflect 50 ton boulders going 75,000 miles an hour
It’s crazy how bombs sound just like a big piece of space rock hitting the earth. 😳
Well shoot, I was just barely waking up at this time so I missed it. If I ever hear any loud booms I assume it’s coming from Hill Air Force Base which is right by me. Those dang jets flying over me so low I can’t hear anything though.