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Meteorite rams into Earth near Lake Baikal. Video

On Tuesday evening of October 25th, residents of the Buryatia Republic (Siberia) could see a meteorite falling on Earth in the area of Lake Baikal.

A video indeed shows a glowing object crashing into the ground.

According to eyewitnesses, the meteorite fell on the ground in the area of Lake Baikal. First reports about the incident were made at about 19:00 local time (14:00 MSK).

"It was as bright as daylight for five or six seconds," eyewitnesses wrote adding that the meteorite fell behind the Barguzin ridge.

The incident could be observed from the city of Ulan-Ude and its suburbs, Baikal-Daily publication said.

Also read: Meteor attack in Russia injures 1,200

Click here to see another video of the incident. 

Here is another video of the Baikal meteorite, filmed from different cameras.

Pravda.Ru

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