Close up of meteorite burning like a fireball falling in Australia

Recently, a relatively large meteorite has landed in southern Australia, creating a giant trail of light in the dark night.

Picture 1 of Close up of meteorite burning like a fireball falling in Australia
Each year, billions of large and small meteorites fall to Earth as recorded by scientists.

According to local records, the meteorite fell at 10pm and was recorded by cameras of people (both car journey cameras and home security cameras).

In fact, every year billions of meteors fall to Earth, most of them burning almost as they pass through the atmosphere.

However, there are large blocks of meteorites that still leave traces and retain part of the cube after cooling. Meteors were always something sought after by collectors.

Alice Gorman, an archaeologist at Flinders University (Australia), said: The meteorite crash in South Australia the other day was really impressive and we were looking for debris after the "collision".

 

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