An unusually vivid meteor lit up the sky over southwest Norway on Saturday evening. The meteor – generally known as a bolide for its significantly intense brightness – could possibly be seen by a lot of southern Norway.
The fireball, attributable to the meteor burning up within the environment, brought on involved Norwegians to name the police.
The Norwegian Meteorological Institute says the meteor belongs to an annual bathe known as the northern Taurids.
House rock that enters Earth’s environment is named a meteor, however fragments that survive the journey to succeed in the bottom are known as meteorites.