The American Meteor Society (AMS) has reported at least 373 reports of another bright fireball - a very bright meteor, 
likely a small chunk of natural incoming space debris - over the U.S. last night (September 27, 2013). These reports 
followed a similar event over approximately the same area the day before (September 26). 

 The AMS called the coincidence of two bright fireballs, or bright meteors, spotted over approximately the same region 
on consecutive days "surprising." Witnesses from Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, New York, 
Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, Wisconsin and West Virginia reported a bright light moving across the night sky 
on September 27 at around 11:33 p.m. local time, according to the AMS. 

 Fireball might sound ominous, but it is just the word astronomers use to mean bright meteor. As seen from a whole-Earth 
perspective, fireballs are seen often. It's unusual to have two appear on consecutive nights over the same region, however.