Strange debris, rocks, found on ground following meteor airburst over Mexico

13-foot wide meteor raises eyebrows of a few locals after airbursting in sky sending debris to Earth


A rather large meteorite streaked across the sky over Nuevo León, Mexico on Tuesday night where it airbusted and subsequently scattered debris onto the ground in Tamaulipas.

“Numerous social media users shared photos and videos of the glowing celestial object which was also caught by a webcam mounted on a building in Monterrey. Meteors were also seen in Coahuila and Texas,” Mexico News Daily reports. “The Civil Protection agency was called to the presumed crash site, where the meteorite appears to have set fire to bushes and trees near a home in Lázaro Cárdenas, scorching an area measuring four meters in diameter.”

The strange debris can be seen in the following photo.

Screenshot via Facebook

Another video was captured of the celestial object interacting with Earth’s atmosphere.

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