I have got to get a dashcam. It sure seems that the folks around the world who have one catch some really cool (sometimes scary and horrible) things with them.

Take for instance, the driver in Thailand who just happened to capture this "mysterious" fireball streaking across the morning skies. There has been no official explanation for the phenomenon, other than the Bangkok Planetarium's statement that "no meteorite has been reported as landing in the nearby area." No damage or injuries have been reported.

Contrast that with the "small" meteorite that streaked through the skies above Russia's Urals region in 2013. The blast, equivalent to 300,000 tons of TNT, shattered windows, damaged more than 3,000 buildings and injured over 1,000 people.

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