'EarthGazer' meteor shoots Earth's atmosphere into space

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Earth's grazer crossed the skies over Germany (ESA)Cameras on Earth captured a rare sight, a 'Grathgrazer', a Metroroid that leaves the Earth's atmosphere
Earth's grazer crossed the skies over Germany (ESA)

Cameras on Earth captured a rare sight, a 'Grathgrazer', a Metroroid that leaves the Earth's atmosphere Before bouncing back into space.

This particular metroroid got Close to hair growthFly from a height of 56 miles, far below any orbiting satellite, before bouncing back.

The space rock landed in the night sky over northern Germany and the Netherlands on the morning of September 22.

A meteoroid is usually a comet or a piece of a planet that becomes a meteor (a bright light that passes through the sky) when it enters the atmosphere.

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Many of them break and break, and the fragments reach…
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