Breathtaking shots show the moment a meteor illuminates the skies over Costa Rica before it is smashed through the roof and the homeowner finds the warm space rock on the ground.
- On April 23, a huge fireball appeared over Costa Rica
- It is said that 4560 million yuan were logged in the Earth's atmosphere
- A homeowner was found by a homeowner after hitting it through his roof
Incredible material captures the moment when a meteorite illuminates the night sky over Costa Rica before dissolving into the earth's atmosphere.
Experts claim that a fragment of the rock torn through the roof of a home was a fragment of the meteorite and is approximately 4,560 million years old.
According to a study by the Central American School of Geology at the University of Costa Rica, it is a chondritic stone meteorite of silicon, iron and magnesium.
Although the team said further investigation is needed to confirm their findings, they claim the stone came from outer space.
A study by the Central American School of Geology at the University of Costa Rica states that the rock (is a chondritic stone meteorite of silicon, iron, and magnesium
At 9:09 pm local time on April 23, 2019, the residents reported a large "fireball" that swept over them via San Carlos  Others reported sounding noises and feelings when sitting in their homes.
A woman claims that a boulder tore through the roof behind her home in Aguas Zarcas, claiming she has a "warm stone" on the floor
The rock weighed about 1071 grams and was in the house in which it fell, with the help of special equipment of the Department of Petrography and Geochemistry of Faku analyzed for geology.
According to a report in Meteor Shower Tonight, a Costa Rican site, a cosmochemist says he will analyze the chemical composition of the rock to determine where the rock is coming from.
He seems to have the impression that he is actually a meteor.
"The Lyrid Meteor Shower had peaked on April 22 and 23, 2019. So it's no coincidence," the person wrote.
Several people near Poás and Turrialba caught bright flashes of light in the sky, "most likely due to decomposition and explosion of the meteor," he said.
Central American School of Geology at the University of Costa Rica (UCR) announced that a rock that fell on April 23 in the canton of San Carlos, Alajuela, is a meteorite known as Meteorito de Aguas Zarcas.
A woman claims that a stone has broken through her roof behind her house in Aguas Zarcas and a "warm stone" on the ground
analyzed. The rock weighed 1,071 grams and was analyzed in the house in which it fell, with the help of special equipment of the Department of Petrography and Geochemistry of the School of Geology
According to a report in Meteor Shower Tonight, a Costa Rican website, a cosmochemist says he will be the chemical composition of the rock analyze to find out where the stone is coming from
Several people near Poás and Turrialba perceived bright flashes of light in the sky, "most likely by decay and explosion" of the meteor.
At 9:09 pm on April 23, 2019, residents announced that a large "fireball" was hovering over the sky above San Carlos. Others reported loud banging and rumble as they sat in their homes
WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF SPACECRAFT?
An asteroid is a large boulder left over from collisions or the early end of the solar system. Most are located between Mars and Jupiter in the main belt.
A comet is a rock covered with ice, methane and other compounds. Their orbits lead them much further out of the solar system.
A meteor gives astronomers a flash of light in the atmosphere when debris burns. [19659009 This debris itself is known as Meteoroid . Most are so small that they evaporate in the atmosphere.
When one of these meteorites reaches Earth, it is referred to as Meteorite
Meteors, meteorites and meteorites are usually from asteroids and comets.
For example, when the earth passes through the tail of a comet, much of the debris burns in the atmosphere, forming a meteor shower.