Fireball meteor lights up English skies, aka falling from orbit of an unidentified object

Possible UFO falling from orbit

The UK Meteor Observation Network (UKMON) described the phenomenon as “rare” owning to the brightness of the space object.
Witnesses described the meteor shining with an “intense” light, which may have been bright enough to cast a shadow on the ground below.

The St Patrick’s Day Fireball was a rare event so to get another bright fireball in the same camera a mere 34 days later is most unusual. This new one flew directly over our Clanfield Observatory in a north westerly direction at 01:51:09 (British Summer Time) on the morning of 20th April 2016. It had a magnitude of around -5 (which is about 70 times brighter than the brightest star in the sky, Sirius) and appeared to disintegrate as it burnt up in the atmosphere..
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Meteor or meteorite, has not the value that is stable in the minds of the population.
Meteorite-word definition that refers to a drop of some celestial body on the surface of other major celestial body on the planet or moon.
The word “Meteor”. does not indicate the origin of the body actually is some unidentified object, or as we call it a UFO, that is an Unidentified Flying Object.

UK video

A small meteor in New Mexico, United States April 20, 2016 video
N. Lockyer and Basingstoke cameras also captured this fireball
N. Lockyer and Basingstoke cameras also captured this #fireball

— UK Meteor Network (@UKMeteorNetwork) 20 апреля 2016 г.

The #fireball last night from Clanfield camera

— UK Meteor Network (@UKMeteorNetwork) 20 апреля 2016 г.

UKMON’S station in Church Crookham caught most of the #fireball as it crossed the sky at 1.51am this morning.

— UK Meteor Network (@UKMeteorNetwork) 20 апреля 2016 г.

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