HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) - NASA says a fireball that streaked across the Southeastern sky was traveling about 53,700 mph when it lit up the night. The Meteoroid Environment Office at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center says numerous people say a very bright streak across the sky early Friday in northeastern Alabama. Researchers are assessing whether any fragments from the rock might have hit the ground.
- Bright Streak Lights Up Northeast Alabama
- The stormy streak continues
- Bright light spotted over California was likely a meteor, weather service says
- Our rainy streak starts Wednesday
- Black bear population continues to grow in northeast Alabama
- Hospital closing in northeast Alabama city of Jacksonville
- The beginning of a relatively rainy streak.
- Buckhorn ends Sparkman's six game win streak
- Thursday begins a stormy, rainy streak
- Water outage today in northeast Madison County