According to the astronomy Web site, witnesses saw the meteor at about 9:30 p.m. in skies over New Hampshire, Maine and New York.

The meteor cut across the sky for a few seconds before exploding. It was unclear whether any pieces reached the ground.

Witnesses said the meteor had an apparent magnitude of about -9. The brighter an object, the lower the magnitude. In comparison, the full moon has a magnitude of -12.6 and Venus can reach a magnitude of -4.7.

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