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Video of Meteor Fireball Over Sky of Japan (10-31-2016)
A massive meteor fireball was caught on camera blazing through the sky over the coast of northern Japan on October 31, 2016. The stunning video was captured by a Nippon TV affiliate’s weather camera. NOTE: “A fireball is another term for a very bright meteor, generally brighter than magnitude —4, which is about the same magnitude of the planet Venus as seen in the morning or evening sky. A bolide is a special type of fireball which explodes in a bright terminal flash at its end, often with visible fragmentation.” (American Meteor Society) RELATED LINK: Read St. Hildegard's End Times Prophecy of a Comet Striking Earth (3 Days of Darkness) at: http://www.tcwblog.com/182861422

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