Live on Camera: Space Debris breaks up in the Sky

Reporters from Live-TV station Fox 31 were quite surprised yesterday evening when one of their news choppers managed to capture the breaking up of space debris in the atmosphere.

The light show that looked like meteorites – as NORAD has confirmed – was caused by the re-entry of a spent Russian science rocket. More information and a video at the Fox 31 web site.

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link to Fox 31 video

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