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Fireball meteor lit up the night sky over Scotland

A bright fireball blazed over Scotland on Monday, according to witnesses who reported the sighting to the American Meteor Society. Fireballs are stray meteors that barrel into Earth’s atmosphere at speeds that range from 25,000 mph to 160,000 mph. They slow down considerably after hitting the atmosphere. Why we may be seeing more of these soon.

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