ANOTHER meteor caught on camera exploding over Russia

I guess it is no surprise, given the country's landmass, that Russia has a fair few meteor events within its borders, but this is the second impressive meteor explosion caught on camera in the last few years. Let's give it up for terrible Russian drivers and scam artists necessitating the need for dashboard cameras!

It's thought that this rock, which was captured over Murmansk, is likely to be much smaller than the Chelyabinsk meteor that exploded over the country, causing significant damage, in February 2013 and it's also quite possible its part of the annual Lyrid meteor shower that is currently reaching its peak.

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