CLEVELAND – NASA officials want people to be on the look out for pieces of a meteor that hit near Cleveland.

Bill Cooke with the NASA Meteoroid Environments Office said the impact area is near Warren, Kinsman and Hermitage, where are east of Cleveland. The meteor was spotted on radar images in Cleveland when it entered the atmosphere around 1:22 a.m. on Aug. 8, Cooke said.

The meteor’s speed decreased to 10 kilometers a second when it was north of Gustavus.

NASA officials said the meteor, which weighed about 20 pounds, produced meteorites that could weigh more than 2 pounds. Cooke said the radar signature indicated falling debris about 2 to 3 minutes after the event.

Anyone who finds a fragment of the meteorite should contact NASA and note the location of the discovery.

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