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Blazing fireballs light up skies over Scotland and Northern Ireland

A brilliant fireball crossed the sky late on the evening of September 14th within the UK.

Initially, some observers thought the swirling ball of sunshine could possibly be a chunk of area junk, probably from one in every of SpaceX’s Starlink satellites. However after some fast calculations, the British Meteor Community decided that the fireball was brought on by a small area rock that had plunged into Earth’s ambiance.