According to CNBC’s report, the boulder you see pictures of was released earlier this week. It fell on the roof of a house in Hopewell Township, New Jersey, around 1:00 pm.. Although research is not yet complete, it is suspected that the falling rock may actually be a meteor that formed billions of years ago.
The owner of the house Suzy Kop He told CNBC, “We think it’s a meteorite. The roof was completely damaged, went through the ceiling and fell to the floor,” he said. Fortunately, no one was injured in the incident.
The Hopewell County Police Department reported that the object measures approximately 4 x 6 inches and appears metallic. The local police department appealed to other agencies for help in identifying and preserving the metallic rock.
Investigations into the source of the falling object are still ongoing. However, according to the first information, authorities showed that the object was active between April 15 and May 27. Since it could be related to the Eta Aquarid meteor shower suspects.