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Watch: Fireball lights up Japan's night sky

 A falling meteor was spotted and lit up the night skies over western Japan. The dazzling fireball display was visible for just few seconds in the early hours on Sunday, November 30.

Japan's TV broadcast 'NHK' published a compilation of massive fireball compilation on Twitter with different perspective of the rare spectacle.

The fireball is supposed to be a bolide, a particularly bright meteor, which is also known as a fireball or fireball. Meteors are caused by the penetration of meteorites into the earth’s atmosphere, according to astronomers.

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