Object thought to be a satellite burns up on re-entering Earth’s atmosphere


A camera at the Mauna Kea Observatory in Hawaii has captured an object as it burned up on re-entering Earth’s atmosphere on 8 February.

The Subaru-Asahi Star Camera, owned by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, recorded a time-lapse of the fireball blazing across the night sky, followed by smaller glowing streaks.

It is thought it could a Chinese satellite called Object K.


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