| Meteor Fireball Recorded Over Queensland, Australia
Some Queenslanders are counting their lucky stars after catching a glimpse of what's believed to be a bright meteor. Tim Sayre and his wife were two skygazers left in awe when the night sky lit up above their car about 6.40pm on Monday. They captured the shooting star on dashcam on McCarthy Road, in Bundaberg. "Really a case of the right place, right time!" Sayre told "Nature's magic at work!!" Associate Professor at Monash University's School of Physics and Astronomy, Michael Brown, said Sayre's video appears to show a bright meteor. "Given meteors are travelling at 11 kilometres every second (and often considerably faster), and that they start burning up at 100km altitude, this meteor may be hundreds of kilometres away from where the footage was taken," Brown said. "With the improving quality of dashcams, CCTV and mobile phones, we are getting a lot more footage of bright meteors than we did in the past." Fortunately for the couple, the conditions were perfect for