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20 July 2016

New Zealand Space Trash Re-Entry Excites Locals 19JUL2016

New Zealand Space Trash Re-Entry Excites Locals 1830 Local 19JUL2016

South Island fireball was likely burning space junk, astronomer says
TVNZ
Residents reported seeing the bright red fireball burning as it entered Earth's atmosphere last night about 6.30pm before it broke into a few pieces.

'Fireball' not a meteor, says astronomer
Newstalk ZB
UPDATED 8.43PM A large fireball which flashed across the South Island this evening was not a meteor, but debris from an orbiting spacecraft, ...

'Balls of fire' light up sky
New Zealand Herald
What was thought to be a spectacular meteor seen over parts of the country tonight is most likely debris from cargo sent up to the International Space ...

Great ball of fire rare sight (+ video)
Otago Daily Times
A fireball that lit up southern skies last night was not a meteor, but something much rarer, a leading astronomer says. Minutes after the bright orange ...

Fireball in Otago sky thrills onlookers
Newshub
An object which exploded in the sky over the lower South Island on Tuesday night is believed to have been space junk. Sightings of the rare display, ...

Meteor blazes over South Island
Timaru Herald
A large meteor exploded over the South Island on Tuesday night, sparking a flurry of phone calls to police. It was spotted up and down the island when ...

Large Meteor lights up sky over New Zealand's South Island
Reddit
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Meteor stuns South Island
MSN.com
A large meteorite has stunned South Island residents with a minute-long streak through the night sky.

UFO, space junk or meteor? Second amateur video shows huge
TVNZ
South Island residents have been given an impromptu light show with a large meteor-like object breaking up in the night sky. UFO, space junk or ...

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