A "One of a Kind" Missouri Meteor

Did you see the meteor that lit up Missouri's skies on Monday night? If you did, you are one of the lucky few that saw this spectacle firsthand. The American Meteor Society says this space rock was "one of a kind" due to several different factors, including size and its proximity to earth. If you didn't see it, no worries -- there's video! Check out the video of the St. Louis Arch flyby and learn more about this special meteor from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

November 15, 2019 - 3:51pm

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