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People in Germany saw what looked like a fireball speeding through the sky this week.
Understandably, they got a little freaked out.
The object, which was seen as far as France, Italy and Switzerland, was captured in a mysterious video.
Am Abend des 14.11.2017 flog ein #Meteorit bzw. #Sternschnuppe über #Homburg im #Saarland https://t.co/pMhbQ9Zb55 — Feuerwehr Höchen (@Feuerwehr Höchen)
As it flies over the town of Homburg, Germany, you can watch it give off a strange blue and green light.
The object was also caught in dash cam footage.
The International Meteor Organisation (IMO) said they received 1888 worried reports about the object from as far as France and Italy.
Huge fireball over Western Germany observed tonight (Nov 14, ~16h50 UT) from Germany, Eastern France, Italy and Swi… https://t.co/e1uvSMpF8d — IMO Meteor Org. (@IMO Meteor Org.)
An analysis by former IMO president Dr Jürgen Rendtel suggests the pattern is typical of the annual event in which debris from Comet Encke's orbit fall to Earth as spectacular fireballs.
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