This may sound catastrophic, but images are shared by December's fireball are actually quite poetic in scale. This atomic, otherworldly force appears as a simple red blip above the clouds.
But you probably did not know about it until now, because scientists only just noticed it. That's because the area where the fireball explodes, over the Bering Sea, is extremely remote.
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NASA keeps track of most of the notable fireballs and bolides
NASA keeps track of the flaming extraterrestrial objects that are pelting our fragile planet term). So far in 2019, there have been five notable fireball events. Do not worry, though! Most are super tiny.