Blink and you may miss it, as the space rock was traveling at approximately 42,000 miles per hour.

TYNGSBOROUGH, Mass. —A meteoroid that broke apart in the skies over Vermont could be seen in parts of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, New York and even Canada.
NASA experts say the meteoroid was traveling at an estimated speed of 42,000 miles per hour before it broke apart approximately 30 miles above the ground.
Massachusetts residents reported seeing the white fireball with a yellowish-green tail behind it on Sunday, while many in Vermont reported hearing an explosion and feeling very strong shock waves.
“We’re talking a piece of rock six inches across weighing 10 pounds, less than a bowling ball in size, and it produced that bright fireball you saw and those noises on the ground,” said Bill Cooke, lead of NASA’s Meteoroid Environments Office. “People reported houses shaking underneath the trajectory. It produced all these phenomena. It just drives home that it was a very energetic event.”
When the meteoroid broke apart, seismographs picked up an explosion that had a similar amount of energy to the detonation of 440 pounds of trinitrotoluene (TNT), according to Cooke.
Cooke says this type of meteoroid explosion is a relatively common occurrence across the world but added that it does not happen in New England that often.