Nasa: Fireball Over Houston Was Meteor

NASA: Fireball over Houston was meteor
Houston Chronicle
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Published 8:08 p.m., Friday, December 7, 2012
Shortly thereafter, Houstonians lit up Twitter, Facebook and other social networking sites to note the streak.
According to Cooke, eyewitnesses in Texas and adjacent states saw a very bright fireball streak across the sky at 6:43 a.m.

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