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UK meteor: ‘huge flash’ as fireball lights up skies – The Guardian

Very bright meteor, known as a fireball, was captured on doorbell cameras across the country

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SpaceVery bright meteor, known as a fireball, was captured on doorbell cameras across the country
A large meteor blazed across UK skies on Sunday night, delighting those lucky enough to spot it.
The meteor was spotted shortly before 10pm and was visible for around seven seconds. It was captured on doorbell and security cameras in Manchester, Cardiff, Honiton, Bath, Midsomer Norton and Milton Keynes.
The UK meteor network, a group of amateur astronomers that has been using cameras to record meteor…

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