1. Falling meteor fireball spotted in the sky over the Australian desert is actually a tiny MOON  Invest Records
  2. Fireball that exploded over Australia in 2016 could be 'minimoon', say experts hoping to mine asteroids in future  International Business Times, Singapore Edition
  3. Scientists Spot Rare Minimoon Meteor  Popular Mechanics
  4. Falling meteor fireball spotted in the sky over the Australian desert is actually a MINIMOON  Daily Mail
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Scientists claim to have identified an extremely rare type of meteor called a minimoon. Here's what it means.Turns out our moon isn't the only moon circling Earth. Dun dun duuuuun.

What Is a Minimoon | Scientists Spot Rare Minimoon Meteor

The object moved through the earth's atmosphere at a very low velocity of 11 kilometres per second, led them to deduce that the object may have orbited earthThe object moved through the earth's atmosphere at a very low velocity of 11 kilometres per second, led them to deduce that the object may have orbited earth

Fireball that exploded over Australia in 2016 could be 'minimoon', say experts hoping to mine asteroids in future

A fireball spotted burning up in the sky over Southern Australia was actually a tiny moon that had lost its place in orbit, scientists claim. The 'minimoon' was likely a captured asteroid.A fireball spotted burning up in the sky over Southern Australia was actually a tiny moon that had lost its place in orbit, scientists claim. The 'minimoon' was likely a captured asteroid.

Falling meteor fireball spotted in the sky over the Australian desert is actually a MINIMOON | Daily Mail Online

Tonight, two meteor showers will peak on the same night.

Look Up! Dazzling Double Meteor Shower Peaks Tonight | Space