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“There’s a hundred tons of meteorite that hit the Earth’s atmosphere every day."

Yes, the very small stuff that burns up immediately and is seen as shooting stars or meteor showers. Today's object was much bigger by comparison, as was the one that exploded over Russia.




Beatty said an occurrence like the one in Friday night’s sky does not happen often.

“An object this bright and this spectacular is rare,” he said. “I wouldn’t expect to see another fireball like this for another 10 to 20 years.”

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