Meteor Illuminates the Norwegian Night Sky
Currently, a video has been surfacing the internet displaying a searing light blazing up the marina, south of the Capital. Reporters sighted the view past 1 am. However, no injuries were inflicted or damage was reported following the incident.
According to the reports, an incredibly large meteor hit the Earth, followed by an instant flash brightening up the horizon of Norway for good nanoseconds.
The Norwegian Meteorological Network elucidated, the meteor travelled at the speed of 15 km per second, and has most probably dropped into a heavily forested area, by the name of Finnemarka.
“What we had last night was a large rock travelling likely from between Mars and Jupiter, which is our asteroid belt. And when that whizzes in, it creates a rumble, light and great excitement among us and maybe some fear among others,” stated the department official.
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