Meteor fireball shoots through sky above Kent and seen from FIVE countries

Scientists from the countries which saw it are now working together to uncover more information about the space rock. The UK Meteor Network said: “The fireball has been spotted as far as Stuttgart, London and Versailles. ” Scientists have stated that the coming months will be plentiful in terms of fireballs lighting up the skies. But individual meteors and shooting stars will dash across the skies in the run-up to the shower, offering a spectacle of their own. These bright fireballs are the so-called “spring meteors”, which typically grow in intensity between February and April.

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