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A fireball that shines brightly among shooting stars was observed in a wide area of western Japan after 1:30 am on the 29th.

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It looks like a large fireball that flowed at 4:01 on November 26, 2020 was seen with a wide-angle camera from Fuji toward the northern sky. It illuminated the clouds brightly.
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Earlier, a bright big fireball flowed. It looks like the big fireball that flowed at 4:01 on November 26, 2020 was seen with a wide-angle camera from Hiratsuka to the northern sky. A meteor mark remained for a long time. It was a fireball of the Leonids meteor shower.


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29 November, Lewotolo volcano eruption


Flight and evacuation of residents after the eruption of the volcano #Lewotolo on the island of #Lembata Indonesia this morning November 29 at 9:45h


Subplinian eruption of the volcano #Lewotolo on the island of #Lembata Indonesia today Sunday November 29th at 9:45h
The column of ashes reached more than 17km in height and there was a fall of ashes (lapilli)



 

mabar

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mabar

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December 2,
This beautiful meteor was spotted form Spain on 2020 December 3 at 0:40 local time (equivalent to 23:40 universal time on Dec. 2). It overflew the Mediterranean Sea. The bolide was generated by a rock from a comet that hit the atmosphere at about 147,000 km/h. It began at an altitude of about 112 km over the sea, and ended at a height of around 72 km after traveling about 77 km in the Earth's atmosphere
 

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14 December
FIREBALL OVER THE ATLANTIC

This impressive fireball flew over the Gulf of Cadiz on December 14th at 23:12 local time. The phenomenon, which was almost as luminous as the full moon, has been seen from the south and center of Spain and has been especially bright from Andalusia.

This is a Gemini, the brightest recorded this year from Spain. The Geminids peaked on the night of December 13th and 14th, but their activity is still quite remarkable.

The event has been recorded by the SMART project detectors from the astronomical observatories of Calar Alto (Almería), La Hita (Toledo) and Seville. These detectors operate in the framework of the Southwest European Meteorological and Earth Observation Network (SWEMN), which aims to continuously monitor the sky in order to record and study the impact against the Earth's atmosphere of rocks from different objects in the Solar System.

Translated with deepl
 
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