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‘I was surprised’: Blazing meteor caught on Sask. home security camera [Video]

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It’s regular early morning practice for Paul Senger to check his home security camera footage. But on Wednesday something caught his eyes – a bright ball of light streaking across the sky over Lloydminster.

“It was early in the morning and it was still very dark, the meteor lit up the sky,” Senger told CTV News.

“It came so low in altitude streaking east to west across the south side of the city.”

The morning bright ball of light was unlike anything Senger had ever witnessed before. “I was surprised,” he said.

“It took a minute to figure out what it actually was.”

But what exactly was it that caught his eyes?

PhD graduate in geophysics at the University of Saskatchewan Dr. Gunjan Sinha, said he had seen the video of the meteor landing over Lloydminster.

He said Quadrantids meteor shower peaks on Jan. 3 every year but a bright meteor like the one Senger has captured, is not …

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