NASA analyzing mysterious flash and sonic boom over Minnesota that is ‘too horizontal’ to be a meteor

Published November 16, 2023

  • A sonic boom and streak in the sky were seen over Minnesota on Monday
  • NASA and local professors are analyzing footage from the mysterious event
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Minnesota residents across a 50-mile radius reported seeing a bright flash and a thunderous ‘sonic boom’ in the sky over Beltrami County Monday night — and now a NASA astronomer and a local astrophysics professor are on the case.

The American Space Agency analyzed footage from an airport that captured a ‘horizontal’ object streak across the sky when the boom rattled windows and shook homes.



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Published November 16, 2023

Residents all across Beltrami County, Minnesota saw a bright light followed by a loud boom in the sky on Monday evening around 6:40 pm.

County officials initially said it was a meteor but now those same officials are taking back their comments.

Beltrami County is in northern Minnesota.

Christopher Muller who serves as the Beltrami County Emergency Management Director stated, “This has certainly been an interesting puzzle to try and solve, and we still don’t know exactly what it was.”

Muller continued, “We appreciate the assistance we’ve received from federal agencies and science community in ruling out what it wasn’t and will continue to provide any subsequent information that is learned.”




RELATED: NASA and Beltrami County officials: Bright light and boom “Unlikely” to be meteor


Published November 16, 2023

Beltrami County, MN) — It doesn’t look like a meteor caused a bright flash of light and loud boom in northern Minnesota earlier this week.

After consulting experts at NASA, officials in Beltrami County say its unlikely a meteor caused the burst of light and explosion sound on Monday night. Christopher Muller, emergency management director with the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office, says the incident wasn’t picked up on weather radar.  He also said people reported seeing the flash over an area of around 50 miles and reported hearing the blast from an even farther distance away.





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