A giant green fireball was captured by space cameras across Sweden at 10.27pm on November 7, 2020.
The Norwegian Meteor Network received close to 100 reports of a powerful fireball seen in Norway on Saturday.
Videos of the space bolide, much brighter than a full moon, were uploaded on Youtube, showing the ball of fire crossing the night sky before falling on the horizon.
During the disintegration, night turned into day:
The Norsk Meteornettverk calculated that the bright meteor was travelling at 17.4 km/s at an altitude of ~83 km (50 miles) when entering the atmosphere.
During its 3-5 seconds of disintegration, the 1.5 m (5 feet) space rock traveled North-East and released the equivalent of 180 t TNT.