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Car-Sized Fireball Lights Up Sky In Incredible Video
| May 28, 2019 16:41 IST
Posted on 05/28/2019 11:08:20 AM PDT by BenLurkin
A CCTV camera on Royal Adelaide Hospital's helipad captured the moment the fireball burned as it crashed to the ground. The footage was shared online by South Australia Health, where it has collected over 99,000 views.
"The whole night sky glowed a brilliant orange with what looked like a comet with flames shooting from Earth to the atmosphere," Facebook user Katie Wahlheim described the scene, according to the New York Post.
This is the second fireball to have lit up Australian skies in recent days. Before this, it was a suspected meteor shower over Northern Territory that left netizens awed.
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TOPICS: Astronomy; Science
KEYWORDS: astronomy; australia; catastrophism; meteor; notmyfault; science
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posted on 05/28/2019 11:18:28 AM PDT
Out here in Phoenix I heard some noise late at night and figured it was just the neighbors upstairs. Just before sunrise I some some amazing clouds like you get from a rocket launch in the East but could think of nobody out there that could do that .Turns out both the noise and the clouds were from a meteor strike!
posted on 05/28/2019 11:26:32 AM PDT
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