Meteor seen from UW camera early Thursday, Jan. 20

Anybody who was up early Thursday morning may have been able to see a meteor streaking through the sky. 

The camera perched atop the meteorology building at the University of Wisconsin captured the meteor passing by at 6:48 a.m. There were also reports from Milwaukee – as well as far east as Michigan and as far west as Iowa.

This is called a bolide or bright fireball.

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