The National Weather Service (NWS) says a meteor is likely the cause of a bright light in the sky seen in parts of Michigan and Ohio Tuesday night.
Video posted by Mike Austin near Detroit shows a fireball passing overhead.
According to the National Weather Service, the flash and boom in the sky were not from thunder or lightning, but likely a meteor.
They are calling it a meteor. But the earth spins, and with gravitational pull it would have not came straight down like this. It would have came at a angle. There is something very off about this.
These photos were posted on Facebook concerning the meteor. They show something touch down while everywhere else online show it burning up before it hits the ground. Reverse image search does find any results for the photos, and they seem to be undoctored: