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  • Morning Jolt: Fireball in Australian sky was space junk

  • A mysterious fireball in the sky over Australia on Thursday night was actually space junk, astronomers reported. The truck-size fireball was remnants of a Russian rocket that launched Tuesday. People thought the object was a giant meteor at first, or possibly a plane.
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    A mysterious fireball in the sky over Australia on Thursday night was actually space junk, astronomers reported. The truck-size fireball was remnants of a Russian rocket that launched Tuesday. People thought the object was a giant meteor at first, or possibly a plane.
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