TechCrunch – The mystery fireball caught on camera in the background of this story has a fascinating backstory.
The footage was taken in March 2017, and shows an object that looks like a black sphere.
It is believed to be a meteor, but there is no confirmation that it is one of those types of objects.
We asked the BBC to confirm whether the video was taken by a meteorologist or a meteor expert.
They told us it was taken during a routine broadcast of the Weather Service.
It’s not clear if the meteorologist is still employed by the weather service.
The meteorologist who filmed the video has since retired, but the video is still available online.
The BBC said they would “continue to investigate this mystery.”
The BBC added that it has no “specific information” about what may have caused the object to appear.
What’s the origin of the video?
The BBC says the meteorological agency had asked the weather station for a video to be broadcast during the coronavirus pandemic, and the meteorologists thought the video might shed light on what the object was.
But the weather agency has since asked the video’s creator to remove the footage.
The video has been viewed over 10 million times.
The Meteorological Service says they had previously asked the presenter to remove this video.
So far, the BBC has only been able to confirm that the meteorologic agency has removed the video.
How can I find out more?
The video can be viewed at this URL: https://youtu.be/xvkFdCb0Z-Q?t=12m15s.
If you would like to know more about the origin and whereabouts of the meteor, you can view a timeline of the story here.