The Terry boom in three states creates a rumor about an unregistered meteor

The sound of loud and loud in three US states has raised questions as to why this is a strange phenomenon.

Tens of thousands of people reported hearing a “thump” or a loud bang on Sunday morning New Hampshire And accessories Massachusetts And Maine, Two neighboring states.

Limited shaking and lightning and a “bright flash” was also reported On social mediaHowever, no earthquake has been recorded by the US Geological Survey (USGS).

The US Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) is also not responsible, and there are no military aircraft in the area.

Said Eileen Cheever of Lunenburg, Massachusetts WMUR TV “We heard a loud scream just after 11.30 in the morning and he thought my husband had dropped something in the garage, or that I had put something in the house.”

“The first thing is that a very heavy man landed on our heels, on our second floor,” said Richard Bossart of Ware in New Hampshire. “We called our son on the second floor and he immediately replied, ‘I’m not.'”

The boom has been heard in more than 40 towns and cities in New Hampshire, according to WMUR TV, and in two neighboring states.

Said Dan Bryan, a resident of New Boston, New Hampshire The New York Times That his house was “uproarious.”

He highlighted that he lived near the New Boston Space Force Station, which was recently transferred from the Air Force to the Space Force. It is believed to detect satellites.

John Ebel, an ecologist at the Weston Observatory in Boston, New Hampshire, told WMUR TV that “there is nothing in our seismic stations” and that the quake could be ruled out.

This is probably a “meteor, meteorite” that breaks when it enters the atmosphere and “caused people to release enough energy to be heard on the ground here,” he said.

There are no official reports of any damage or meteorites.

Independent The US has contacted the Space Force for comment.



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