If you were looking up at the night sky in the Saskatoon area around 11 p.m. Friday, you would have seen quite a sight.
A fireball streaked among the stars at that time. Local amateur astronomer Richard Huziak says the fireball was the re-entry of the spent Antares rocket that had just sent re-supply to the International Space Station. Huziak says because it was a rocket breaking down, the fireball would have been slowly going through the sky and believes there was a lot of break up at that time. There were multiple reports of the fireball, from Medicine Hat and Calgary to Saskatoon, North Battleford and Regina.