Two Extremely Rare
Fireballs were seen in the United States and Canada in about 24 hours.
The discovery of this star which has been nicknamed 'Earendel' sets a new benchmark for NASA as the star was formed in the first billion years after the Universe was formed.
According To The Weather Network
Meteor showers were observed in Canada and the United States on Tuesday, a once-in-a-lifetime event.
About 24 Hours Later
Another meteor was seen in the same area. Also, burning meteors appeared from different parts of the sky.
Object appeared in the night sky at 9:48 pm central time on Tuesday.
A Planetarium Astronomer Said
Such a large and bright fireball is extremely rare for humans to see. If you have spent your entire life as a dedicated skywatch, you may be lucky enough to see two.
In The United States
Neighboring regions such as South Manitoba, North Saskatchewan, and North Dakota have also seen spectacular events