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An Australian research vessel has captured the spectacular death knell of a presumed meteorite as it streaked across the Tasmanian sky, bursting into a bright green hue before disintegrating.

The Australian research vessel Investigator was perfectly positioned to catch the final fiery moment at 10:21 UTC some 100 kilometres (60 miles) south of Australia's Tasmanian coast on Wednesday, November 18.

In a stroke of good luck, the RV Investigator has a 24/7 livestream camera which just so happened to have the perfect filming angle.

“The meteor crosses the sky directly in front of the ship and then breaks up – it was amazing to watch the footage and we were very fortunate that we captured it all on the ship livestream,” says CSIRO Voyage Manager John Hooper.

The size and brightness of the meteor was incredible.

The vessel is currently engaged in seafloor mapping of the Huon Marine Park for Parks Australia while also conducting oceanographic studies and testing a variety of scientific instruments; but, arguably, its greatest recent find was in the starry sky, not the murky deep.

The Investigator’s live stream is available here in case anyone wants to wait for another meteorite to stream in front of the camera, though the odds are astronomically low.

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An Australian research vessel has captured the spectacular death knell of a presumed meteorite as it streaked across the Tasmanian sky, bursting into a bright green hue before disintegrating.

The Australian research vessel Investigator was perfectly positioned to catch the final fiery moment at 10:21 UTC some 100 kilometres (60 miles) south of Australia's Tasmanian coast on Wednesday, November 18.

In a stroke of good luck, the RV Investigator has a 24/7 livestream camera which just so happened to have the perfect filming angle.

“The meteor crosses the sky directly in front of the ship and then breaks up – it was amazing to watch the footage and we were very fortunate that we captured it all on the ship livestream,” says CSIRO Voyage Manager John Hooper.

The size and brightness of the meteor was incredible.

The vessel is currently engaged in seafloor mapping of the Huon Marine Park for Parks Australia while also conducting oceanographic studies and testing a variety of scientific instruments; but, arguably, its greatest recent find was in the starry sky, not the murky deep.

The Investigator’s live stream is available here in case anyone wants to wait for another meteorite to stream in front of the camera, though the odds are astronomically low.

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Objects in the sky above Puerto Rico (inset) prompted hundreds of UFO reports. © Sociedad de Astronomia del Caribe; Main image: © Getty Images / Pete Saloutos/ Illustration
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