Incredible Sight As Large Fireball Blazes Across Nova Scotia’s Sky And Breaks Up

Many Nova Scotians have been staring at the sky in wonder tonight trying to catch the Perseid meteor shower. A few lucky ones happened to see a fireball in the sky over Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Prince Edward Island.

On of the few who was lucky enough to catch a glimpse on video was Steve Currie who caught it on his dash cam in Bible Hill.

Many have been commenting on social media at the sight of the fireball.

Read our article on 5 Nova Scotia Spots Perfect For Stargazing And Catching The Perseid Meteor Shower.

In case you missed the Meteor around 915 tonight! Not the best but this is the Dash Cam. This one looked pretty huge from the car!

Posted by Steve Currie on Tuesday, August 11, 2020
The meteor as seen from Bible Hill.

Just happen to look up while I was outside

Posted by Quentin Doucette on Tuesday, August 11, 2020
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Pretty cool stuff!! #cavendishbeach #meteor #meteorshower #burningup

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Reported meteor burned up over Nova Scotia and PEI this evening. As seen from Cavendish Beach

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