Mysterious fireball strikes over Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama and Tennessee. Or space junk?

A mysterious fireball appeared in the sky of Georgia , South Carolina, Alabama and Tennessee on June 29, 2015.

The weird object was spotted around 1:30 a.m. with a long tail of bright colors. But I think it was too slow to be a fireball. Space junk re-entry?

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http://www.wsbtv.com/news/news/local/mystery-object-lights-sky-metro-atlanta/nmnYx/

As described in the news:

[quote_box_center]People described the weird object looking like a bright fireball with lights streaming behind it. The flash didn’t last very long, it disappeared after a few moments.[/quote_box_center]

Now look at the video below and tell me if you believe it is a meteor disintegration. I doubt!

Due to the slow motion of the flying object and the length over which it disintegrates, I would guess it is space junk and no meteor!

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http://www.wsbtv.com/news/news/local/mystery-object-lights-sky-metro-atlanta/nmnYx/

Moreover, as commented on the video and in the news:

[quote_box_center]Local police said air traffic control said it was a satellite reentering the atmosphere.[/quote_box_center]

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http://www.wsbtv.com/news/news/local/mystery-object-lights-sky-metro-atlanta/nmnYx/

Here another video from a news channel in the Atlanta area:

So what do you think was this weird light disintegrating in the sky of Georgia?

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