ESA astronaut Paolo Nespoli captured a meteor-like object slam into Earth’s ambiance and burning up over the Atlantic Ocean on November 5, 2017 from the International Space Station.

The area object, touring at roughly 24 miles per second (40km/s), was sighted over the Atlantic Ocean, off the west coast of South Africa.

Several lightning flashes have been additionally recorded by Nespoli because the Space Station flew from the southern Atlantic Ocean over to Kazakhstan.