Video UK Meteor Network now has over 100,000 YouTube views.
Another user, Lafford_MK, Mutual Nine-second video from the doorbell of his Milton Keynes home.
Embed a Tweet She wrote to her followers: “Anyone else who has seen #the meteor burning over the UK just before 10 pm tonight? At first I thought it was a bright star or plane, then it got bigger and faster, then a huge flash lit up the sky exploding in a huge tail of orange sparks leaving behind like toys Giant Fireball! So cool! ”
A fallen object flashed in flight as it began to burn and disintegrate.
The meteor is likely a small piece of a comet or an asteroid entering the planet’s atmosphere, the founding partner of the meteorite network in the United Kingdom. Richard Casserek told the New York TimesIndicating that it is believed that some pieces of it have survived the fall.
Some witnesses reported Hear a loud or roar
Hundreds of people have gone online with eyewitness reports of the incident.
In general, meteorites are common, although less than 5% reach the ground. According to NASA.
More than 50,000 meteorites have been found on Earth, most of them from asteroids, they report.