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The Australian Weathercam Network's (AWN) camera at New Farm, which takes a photo every 20 seconds at night, captured the shooting star over a green-lit Story Bridge at exactly pm on Monday.
It was also sighted by dozens of people who took to social media to share their excitement.
If it's like this it could be bigger because it's burning for longer," he said."The fact it's got that light competition and it can still be seen ...
I would veer towards something a bit bigger coming in." On the Sunshine Coast, Wappa Falls Astronomical Observatory astronomer Owen Bennedick said his investigations confirmed it was a meteorite."It was going far too fast to be a satellite," he said."Satellites only travel at between five and seven kilometres a second, that sounds fast to most people, but that's quite slow astronomically speaking."Even the slowest of the meteorites travel at 11 kilometres a second and the average one that most people would see at night time would be travelling between 40 and 70 kilometres a second."The tail end of the meteor was captured by another AWN webcam at Kallangur, north of Brisbane.
Collectively, CSIRO's radio astronomy observatories are known as the Australia Telescope National Facility, with the facility supporting Australia's research in radio astronomy.