Skydivers form a missing man formation in Eloy, Arizona, April 3, 2014. REUTERS/Henry Wiggers/Handout via Reuters
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The footage, broadcast by NRK late on Thursday, was recorded by cameras fixed on the sportsman's helmet and shows what looks like a large rock passing at very high speed near Anders Helstrup, who had just opened his parachute.Helstrup told NRK.Geologist Hans Amundsen, commenting on the footage, described the object as a meteorite, in its last "dark flight" phase, when it no longer emits any light.If confirmed, it would be the first time ever that a meteorite is filmed in its post-incandescense phase.
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