Astronomers say the fireball was likely caused by a space rock the size of a golf ball disintegrating in Earth’s atmosphere....
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A bright fireball streaked across the sky late at night on Sept. 14 in the U.K..
At first, some observers thought the whizzing ball of light could have been a piece of space junk, perhaps from one of SpaceX’s Starlink satellites. But after some speedy calculations, the U.K. Meteor Network determined that the fireball was caused by a small space rock entering Earth’s atmosphere.
The meteor zipped into the atmosphere at 31,764 mph (51,1119 km/h), according to the Network.
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“Normally these little shooting stars burn up and everything vanishes and evaporates in the atmosphere, but the thing last night was bigger than a little bit of dust which causes normal shooting stars,” Owens told BBC News.