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Video: Camera catches meteor crash in Norway | The world

A Norway This Sunday (25) a meteorite fall briefly illuminated the sky and made a big noise. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage.

A camera in Holmestrand, south of the capital Oslo, recorded a spectacular flash of a fireball falling from the sky and illuminating a marina. According to the BBC The meteorite traveled at a speed of 16.3 km per second.

The first time local time started sending at 1:00 am. The event was observed 393 km from Oslo, In Trondheim, a northern city in Norway.

According to experts consulted by Reuters, part of the meteorite may have hit Earth, not far from the capital.

Preliminary data from the Norwegian Meteorological Network suggest that it is recommended May have descended into a forest called Finnemarca, 60 km west of the capital.

Videos and other data are used to try to define the origin and destination of the meteorite. “It’s crazy,” said Morton Pilot of the meteorite.

“Last night we had a large rock traveling between Mars and Jupiter, which is our asteroid belt. When that happens, it creates a thunder, light and great excitement among us (experts), there may be some fear among others,” said Billet.

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