A meteorite was seen crossing the skies of Europe on Wednesday before people witnessed this terrifying object hitting the ground in an area between Armenia and Turkey.

A meteor hit on the ground that was videotaped and posted on social media can be seen during its descent before it hits the ground.

The video recording shows the moment it hit the ground and a very big brightness appeared in the sky.

One of the videos, filmed by an Armenian named Arman Abrahamian, was posted on Facebook by the head of meteorological services, Gajik Surinyan.

Two Syrians described the photographed object as a "large meteorite" and the state radio Armenia said a meteor had been seen shining in the sky.

Meteor watchers in Turkey stated that the accident took place last Wednesday at 8:30 pm. Police officials in the Turkish Black Sea city of Trabzon confirmed the appearance of the meteorite, and several eyewitnesses described it as a "ball of fire".

He was also seen across several areas in northern Turkey on Wednesday evening, according to the Turkish Daily Sabah newspaper.

Witnesses said that the meteorite was seen in several Turkish places. It was "a meteorite meteorite," said Ozan Unslan of the Turkish Aegean University, who heads the meteor tracking project in Turkey.

And according to our preliminary assessments, we think it might have fallen into the sea. ”

Onslana said that NASA had not given us any warning about this meteorite.

Turkish researchers have been in contact with the US space agency since Wednesday to determine the nature of this flame ball.

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