Why you can hear and see meteors at the same time

Radio waves may explain the mysterious phenomenon

meteor shower

OTHERWORLDLY SOUNDS  Falling meteors can be seen and heard at the same time because of sounds generated by radio waves blasted from the falling space rocks, researchers propose.


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