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Clear meteor flashes the state's sky viewer on social media

Thousands of people noticed a flash, followed by shine of light and a long-standing cloud cloud over the head Wednesday night. At 5:45 pm, a clear meteor arrived in the earth's atmosphere and put on a short screen. 19659002] Confusion about origin originated not only from the mysterious inclination, but many rational observers were expecting a contrail of a Delta IV rocket that was to start from the Vandenberg Air Force Base. But Wednesday's launch was scraped at the last minute over a hydrogen leak. Hi from # DelayIVHeavy mission check! We count down to the launch for # NROL71 for the National Reconnaissance Office at. 05.44 PST tonight. Tune into our live broadcast starts at 17:24 PST https://t.co/wLoggekye0 pic.twitter.com/kz2yvtMfSl – ULA (@ulalaunch) December 20, 2018 [19659007] The launch time has been adjusted slightly to 5:49 PM PST (8:49 EST; 0149 UTC) which takes into account the previous short line in the countdown. # NROL71 #DeltaIVHeavy – ULA (@ulalaunch) December 20, 2018 We have some site problems and live blog updates. Please stay as we work to solve the problem. # NROL71 #DeltaIVHeavy – ULA (@ulalaunch) December 20, 2018 Launch Alert: We have declared a scrub for today's launch of # DelayIVHeavy ]. We will set up a 24 hour recycling and the next launch attempt will be 12/20 at 17:31 PST. – ULA (@ulalaunch) December 20, 2018 And it left the people on the ground notice some strange overhead. Unfortunately, defroster sound, what was this Meteor? Rocket? pic.twitter.com/zNR4h5cPgP –…

Thousands of people noticed a flash, followed by shine of light and a long-standing cloud cloud over the head Wednesday night.

At 5:45 pm, a clear meteor arrived in the earth’s atmosphere and put on a short screen. 19659002] Confusion about origin originated not only from the mysterious inclination, but many rational observers were expecting a contrail of a Delta IV rocket that was to start from the Vandenberg Air Force Base.

But Wednesday’s launch was scraped at the last minute over a hydrogen leak.

And it left the people on the ground notice some strange overhead.

And of course, at least one observer moved a season as a possible explanation.

Contact George Kelly at 408- 859-5180.

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