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Old 09-02-2016, 02:57 PM   #1
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Indian officials are saying that an explosion that happened at a private Indian engineering college on Saturday, which killed a bus driver for the school, was caused by a falling meteorite. If the claims prove true, it would be the first such death in recorded human history.

The man, named as Kamaraj in local news stories, was reportedly walking near the school when the explosion happened. The blast dented the windows of several nearby busses and injured three other people. The school is located in Tamil Nadu, a region in southern Indian that is home to about 70 million people.


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A piece of meteorite found at a private engineering college in Vellore.

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Old 09-02-2016, 05:36 PM   #2
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While we are at it.

Meteorite hits Denmark


Flashes of light recorded on cam.

On Saturday night, hundreds of Danes witnessed a spectacular phenomenon as the sky suddenly lit up
and a loud bang from an explosion echoed across northeastern Zealand, reports DR.

According to Johan Fynbo, a professor of astronomy at the Niels Bohr Institute, everything indicates a meteorite hit Denmark at about 10 pm.

“It must have been a relatively large meteorite. Not the size of a car, but perhaps the size of a handball,” Fynbo told DR.

As a meteorite passes through the Earth’s atmosphere, it burns and creates a visible flash of light in the sky.
The bigger the meteorite, the stronger the light, explained Fynbo.

Huge fireball with tail
Among the eye-witnesses were Mikkel Pedersen from Roskilde.

“We were driving home from Hillerød to Roskilde, when at 10 pm we were just outside Slangerup and a strong light suddenly lit
up the sky and a huge fireball with a long tail flew right above our car,” he told DR.

“It was a totally wild experience. The whole sky and our car were lit up for several seconds.”

Finders will be rewarded
Another witness, Camilla Hansen from Køge, wrote: “We could see and hear it also in Køge.
Several people I know saw flashes of light and I heard a big bang.
The lights in my window shook and it was scary. I thought it was an earthquake.”

A small piece was found here:


The astro scientists are excited over the fresh meteorite.

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Old 09-02-2016, 07:13 PM   #3
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Old 09-02-2016, 08:24 PM   #4
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The chances of getting hit by a meteor is greater than getting killed on a commercial flight.

Mmm wait a minute...

Afraid of being hit by a meteorite? You're more likely to win the lottery.

Mmm wait a minute...
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