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Old 18 November 2017, 06:58 PM
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Flame Blazing meteorite lights up Arctic sky with "glow of 100 full moons"

A blazing fireball lit up the dark skies of Arctic Finland for five seconds, giving off what scientists said was "the glow of 100 full moons" and igniting hurried attempts to find the reported meteorite.

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