On March 7, three National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) weather stations detected the fall of what they believed to be a meteorite around 16 miles off the coast of Washington.
“The fall was widely seen around local areas and widely heard around local areas – it came with some loud sonic booms,” Marc Fries, the cosmic dust curator for NASA, told Live Science.
Brittany Bryson, who was sitting in a fast-food drive-through when it happened revealed a bright flash filled the sky, followed by a boom so loud it rattled her car.
“We thought it was a spaceship,” she admitted.
Now, four months later, Ocean Exploration Trust is working with NOAA and NASA to locate the object.
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