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  • Photos: Flash of light, loud boom over Phoenix skies likely a meteor

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    An expert in meteorites says a bright flashing light and loud boom over the skies in metro Phoenix looks like a single meteor burning up as it entered the Earth's atmosphere at thousands of miles per hour. Radar footage shows that meteorites - black rocks ranging in size from a pea to a grapefruit - may have fallen to the ground early Thursday near the eastern Arizona community of Cibecue, said Laurence Garvie, curator of the Center for Meteorite Studies at Arizona State University.

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