However, University of Denver astronomy professor Robert Stencel believes it may have been a megachryo meteorite, probably produced high in the atmosphere (although he does not completely rule out an extraterrestrial source).
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The fireball exploded over Toms River, New Jersey.
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Of course the meteorite is not radioactive, but in explosive force we may be able to compare it to the bomb.' June - Sri Lanka - The strange objects that lit the night skies on June 10 have now been confirmed as meteors.