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A CCTV camera on the helicopter platform of the Royal Adelaide Hospital has recorded the moment when the object burns when it comes through the Earth's atmosphere

Stunning new images show a fireball from a car exploding over the night sky of Australia before it & # 39; into the ocean & # 39; crashes

  • Meteor came through the atmosphere at the CCTV of Royal Adelaide Hospital
  • Skies from Victoria and South Australia received the spectacular light show
  • A viewer from Victoria described the lights as & # 39; brighter than Jupiter & # 39;
  • Astronomers have estimated that the asteroid could end up in the ocean
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Beautiful new images were created from a & # 39; car-sized & # 39; meteor racing through the night sky over South Australia.

A CCTV camera on the helicopter platform of the Royal Adelaide Hospital has recorded the moment when the object burns when it comes through the Earth's atmosphere.

In the beginning only a distant glow shoots, the & # 39; fireball & # 39; – as classified by NASA – quickly to the earth's surface before it quickly catches fire and then burns out.

A spectator from Brighton, Melbourne, described seeing a large round fireball with a & # 39; long tail falling from the sky as if diving into the bay & # 39 ;.

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The meteor was spotted on Wednesday night by various people above southern cities in Australia.

& # 39; I was on my balcony. When it hit the horizon, it quietly exploded in front of me, & he told the Herald Sun..

Others went to Facebook to share their surprise with the captivating image.

A CCTV camera on the helicopter platform of the Royal Adelaide Hospital has recorded the moment when the object burns when it comes through the Earth's atmosphere

A CCTV camera on the helicopter platform of the Royal Adelaide Hospital has recorded the moment when the object burns when it comes through the Earth's atmosphere

When it appears to break through into the Earth's atmosphere, it quickly starts to burn and explode, making the whole night sky brighter for a new second

When it appears to break through into the Earth's atmosphere, it quickly starts to burn and explode, making the whole night sky brighter for a new second

When it appears to break through into the Earth's atmosphere, it quickly starts to burn and explode, making the whole night sky brighter for a new second

Astronomers believe it crashed into the ocean because no land observations have been made since
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Astronomers believe it crashed into the ocean because no land observations have been made since

Astronomers believe it crashed into the ocean because no land observations have been made since

& # 39; I saw the biggest orange flames and the whole night sky lit up around 10:45 tonight while I was in a horse pasture. It scared me to stop, & a woman said

& # 39; I saw the biggest orange flames and the whole night sky lit up around 10:45 tonight while I was in a horse pasture. It scared me to stop, & a woman said

& # 39; I saw the biggest orange flames and the whole night sky lit up around 10:45 tonight while I was in a horse pasture. It scared me to stop, & a woman said

& # 39; I saw the biggest orange flames and the whole night sky lit up around 10:45 tonight while I was in a horse pasture. It scared me out of the filling, & a woman wrote.

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Another person from Victoria called in 3AW to describe the glow as & # 39; brighter than Jupiter & # 39 ;.

The meteor entered the stratosphere at a speed of 44,100 km / h before exploding the 1.6 kiloton force in the atmosphere, according to The advertiser.

Astronomers have estimated that the asteroid could end up in the ocean.

The Country Fire Authority received several phone calls from people from Melbourne who thought a fire had started.

Australians on the west coast witnessed what looked like another fireball shot into the sky this weekend, but it turned out to be an A380 aircraft from the Emirates that flew in from Dubai

Australians on the west coast witnessed what looked like another fireball shot into the sky this weekend, but it turned out to be an A380 aircraft from the Emirates that flew in from Dubai

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Australians on the west coast witnessed what looked like another fireball shot into the sky this weekend, but it turned out to be an A380 aircraft from the Emirates that flew in from Dubai

The meteor is then supposed to have crossed the border with observations from the CBD of Adelaide.

Last night, dozens of Australians believed they had noticed the orange flame of a second meteor within a week.

But it soon turned out to be an A380 aircraft from the Emirates arriving from Dubai.

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