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    According to local media reports citing experts, a fragment of the rock, which made a hole in a roof in Aguas Zarcas, San Carlos, Alajuela was a part of the meteorite and is an estimated 4,560 million years old.

    A large meteor fireball exploded in the sky over Costa Rica on 23 April 2019 at 9:09 p.m. local time, the Meteor Shower Tonight reported. The photos and videos of the stunning moment have become viral online, with hundreds of viewers commenting on the incident.

    ​The woman who found the space rock in her house has said that she heard a loud rumble, "went to the back of her house, discovered the hole in the roof and found the warm rock on the floor", the Meteor Shower Tonight reported.

    "​The cameras of the RSN seismological centre of the University of Costa Rica captured the flashes of light generated by a meteor that entered into the Earth's atmosphere over the Costa Rican territory", the UCR said.

    ​READ MORE: Scientists Reveal First Known Interstellar Meteor May Have Hit Earth in 2014


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