Experts confirm yesterday’s spottings of meteor

    The fireball that cruised over the Delaware Valley yesterday afternoon was, in fact, a meteor. And judging by its brightness during high noon, an expert from the American Meteor Society tells KYW the object was probably about the size of a VW Beetle. Keep an eye out. February through April is the best time to spot fireballs.

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