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Calculon

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  1. On the one hand it's not a completely terrible idea, on the other hand it's a surefire way to make the neighbours think you're a total loon!
  2. Now this is interesting, and could certainly explain things! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electrophonic_hearing#Meteors The second citation is attributed to NASA, for those who are immediately cynical of Wiki links edit: Didn't see GH's most recent reply before adding this post. I believe this is the indirect sound effect he is referring to.
  3. Is it not possible there was a coincident firework off in a different direction? I've heard plenty this year that make the noise you're describing, and as others have reasoned it would be extremely surprising to have actually heard a meteor.
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