The residents of Bangkok were greeted with an incredible light show just moments ago when what appears to have been a massive meteorite burned up over the city.
Temporarily turning night into day, the meteorite appears to have burned with a fiercely bright green glow as it broke up over the city.
The American Meteor Society explains that multi-coloured meteors are actually quite common. The colour simply helps explain the composition of the meteor itself.
A bright green light suggests that the meteor was mostly composed of nickel, while a sodium would produce a bright yellow flame.
ในกรุ๊ปเฟซชาวอยุธยา กำลังฮือฮากับวัตถุสว่างบนท้องฟ้า รูปนี้จากโพสต์ในกรุ๊ปครับ pic.twitter.com/tZHAH5A18u— พระมหาโอ๊ท (@mahaoath) November 2, 2015
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