MADISON, Wis. - Social media lit up when people saw a meteor pass through the Midwest.
According to viewers, the meteor was visible from Wisconsin between 7 and 7:15 p.m.
The American Meteor Society webpage said its servers were overloaded because of a "major meteor event in Michigan." The website now shows pending meteor reports.
The meteor registered as a 2.0 magnitude "earthquake" on the United States Geological Survey in Saint Clair Shores, Michigan.
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