Slow-moving fireball over Scottish skies keeps experts guessing


It was unclear whether it was a meteor or a piece of space debris, said Aine O'Brien, a doctoral student at the University of Glasgow and a member of the UK Fireball Alliance, which tracks meteor sightings. The fireball was visible in the sky for 10 to 20 seconds -- an unusually long period of time for a meteor -- but the way the object fragmented in the night sky suggested it was a space rock. "...

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