The fall of the meteor that destroyed three homes in Duren Sawit, East Jakarta, last Thursday, is a rare event. Stone sky is usually not even touching the earth because it was burned in the atmosphere.
The fall of celestial bodies to the settlement residents are rare events. From the records of the National Aeronautics and Space Agency (Lapan) Bandung, the fall of celestial events in Duren Sawit, Jakarta, is Indonesia’s first occurrence.
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