In a rare scene… a meteor lights up the night sky in Norway after burning while entering the atmosphere in the southwest of the country

In a rare scene… a meteor lights up the night sky in Norway after burning while entering the atmosphere in the southwest of the country
In a rare scene… a meteor lights up the night sky in Norway after burning while entering the atmosphere in the southwest of the country

In a rare scene… a meteor lights up the night sky in Norway after burning while entering the atmosphere in the southwest of the country

It lit up in an amazing cosmic scene not often repeated meteor Unusually bright skies over Norway this weekend. The meteor can be seen in almost all of southern Norway.

• Monitor the intense brightness of the meteorite

Its particularly intense brightness – by the citizens in a spectacle that remained visible so that the fireball caused by the meteor burning in the atmosphere caused such a panic among the citizens that worried Norwegians called the police.
The meteor is part of an annual shower, according to the Norwegian Meteorological Institute met.no Meteorologists at the institute said the meteor, which lit up the night sky over south-west Norway while burning in the atmosphere, was caused by a Taurid meteor shower.

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• Flashes in carnival colors

A meteor lights up the night sky in Norway

Morten Billet, founder of Norsk meteornetverk (Norwegian meteorological network) confirms to dawn.com: “It was a very heavy shower that burned in completely the atmosphereIt is noteworthy that as the meteor burned, it emitted a flash of multiple carnival colors that lit up the sky around its dark color of burning carnival colors, which increased the brightness of the colors of the burning meteor because it fell at night, which was worrying the citizens and who made a series of mysterious calls to the police.
“The sky suddenly got light, so at first I thought it was a car moving on light high. But then I looked up at the sky and there was a huge light shooting across the sky in a long blue tail.”
For its part, the Norwegian Regional Police South tweeted on its official Twitter page, saying: “Police have been in contact with the Norwegian Meteorological Institute, who assumed what happened was a flaming meteor.” However, the Norwegian Meteorological Institute confirmed about its official website met.no that the flaming meteor belongs to “another swarm that was also active at the same time – north of Torres”. Explaining that although bull-type meteorites sometimes produce very strong and very bright meteorites like these meteors, meteorites do not produce large numbers of meteorites like these meteorites.

• What is a meteorite…?

In a rare scene… a meteor lights up the night sky in Norway after burning while entering the atmosphere in the southwest of the country
Meteor lights up the night sky

It is mentioned that the space rock that enters the Earth’s atmosphere is called a meteor, but the fragments that can survive space flight and reach Earth are called a meteor meteorites And meteorites, which are meteor showers. The word meteorite in English means “meteoroid” and its origin is “meteor,” a word derived from the Greek word “meteōros” meaning “high in the air,” according to the International Astronomical Union iau.org. The current official definition of the meteorite, called a meteorite by the Union, represents a solid floating in space. Among the other planets, its size can be considerably smaller than that of an asteroid (about 250 meters in diameter), but also considerably larger than the size of an asteroid Atoms. The Royal Astronomical Society has introduced a new definition that describes a meteorite as between 100 microns and 10 meters across. The new definition includes larger objects up to 50 meters in diameter in this classification.

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