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In one case, a Michigan man from Allen Park caught the rare sight and later posted the clip to Instagram.'My Wi Fi camera finally caught something cool #metrodetroitmeteor,' Chris Laine wrote on the social media site.

His clip shows a street view of a quiet, snowy residential neighborhood located just outside of Detroit.

By the end of the week, meteorite hunters who flocked to Detroit from across the U. after a meteor exploded had begun to find the fragments.

The 6-foot-wide meteor broke apart Tuesday about 20 miles over Earth, NASA scientists said.

Meteorite hunters who flocked to Detroit from across the U. Atkins owns Cosmic Connection Meteorites, while Ward operates Robert Ward Meteorites.'It's a really spectacular specimen,' Ward said while holding one of the meteorites.'Two days ago, this was hundreds of thousands of miles past the moon, and now I'm standing here holding it in my hand...

The 6-foot-wide meteor broke apart Tuesday about 20 miles over Earth, NASA scientists said. The first fragments were located Thursday by professional hunters Larry Atkins and Robert Ward of Arizona, according to the American Meteor Society.

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Mr Romney was quick to arrange a radio interview on Wednesday so that he could make an apology, though that does not seem sufficient to trump the symbolism of the story coming out the day after President Barack Obama publicly announced his support of same sex marriage.Another clip shows the unidentified flying object slicing across the winter sky as a car's dash cam races down the highway.Darryl Pitt, a New York City resident and meteorite consultant to Christie's auction house, is offering ,000 for a recovered fragment weighing at least 1 kilogram.'I want to motivate more people to look,' Pitt said.'Meteorites are extraordinarily rare and the world is just coming to terms with how special they are.' Meanwhile, Pastor Rick Satterfield, 59, with I Am Church in South Rockwood, Michigan, claimed that he predicted the fireball would fall from the sky and drop over the southeast of the sate on New Year's Eve.The Windy City sits 200 miles away from where the meteor is said to have exploded above Michigan.Mr Narlock said: 'I have heard people saw it as far Chicago, which if that's true that tells me it happened pretty high up in the atmosphere if they're seeing it from that distance.'He estimated the meteor - believed to be a bolide meteor - exploded between six to 10 miles from the ground.It's been a real good day.'Ward said he used seismic data, Doppler radar and witness information to narrow down where to search.

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