It could be either, some meteorites seem to come in slower, I suppose it is either because of their initial speed entering the atmosphere or their
weight. I have seen videos of slower and faster meteorites. The actual angle it is traveling is also involved in our perception of it's
edit on 5-1-2019 by rickymouse because: (no reason given)
For the record, meteors from space travel much faster and burn up much faster too. If you see something travelling through the sky as slow as that
"meteor" in the footage, it's actually a man-made object reentering from orbit.
edit on 7-1-2019 by wildespace because: (no reason
Well, I am not an expert but the clip worth of 36 seconds is too long to be meteorite, most meteorites I have seen lasts no longer than few seconds at
top perhaps 10 seconds before disintegrating into atmosphere.
I could be wrong but “space junk or satellite” makes more sense to me.
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