A meteor exploded three times in Hungarian airspace on Friday evening, and a Hungarian community was able to take a photo and make a video of the phenomenon. You can check them out below.
According to hvg.hu, a greenish shooting star, a fireball was visible from Hungary around 9.08 PM on Friday. The Hungarian Meteoritics Society (Magyar Meteoritikiai Társaság) could take a video and a photo of the unique phenomenon. The society said they have a system of so-called ‘fireball cameras’.
Fireballs are meteors that have a brightness exceeding magnitude 5, the brightness of Venus. When they enter the atmosphere of the Earth, they heat up and explode. Friday night saw a greenish fireball that exploded three times.
Here is the video:
Source: hvg.hu, meteoritok.org