Video - Meteor Explodes Over New Mexico

Source By Betsy Mason  - A meteor exploded in the atmosphere near Santa Fe, New Mexico just before 5 a.m. on the morning of July 31. Local amateur radio astronomer Thomas Ashcraft captured the event from his personal observatory using an all-sky optical video camera developed by Sandia National Laboratories that is specifically sensitive to the near infrared flashes that meteors create.
The soundtrack comes from Ashcraft’s forward-scatter radar array that is tuned to the plasma and ionization produced by meteors.