TOS wrote: ↑Mon Jun 14, 2021 5:11 pm
meteor caught falling into the mouth of a volcano, in indonesia
After some thought it almost certainly was NOT INTO that volcano.
That meteor track was several dozens of miles UP, many times higher than any mountain, and probably was moving closer to parallel to the ground AWAY from the photographer and the volcano. Had the lucky photographer been just a few miles to one side or the other the track would have looked like it "hit" the side of the summit.
But it was a neat-looking coincidence.