Video taken by surveillance cameras and dashcams (cameras on board vehicles) show a meteor igniting in the skies of the Russian city of Krasnoyarsk, a settlement of 1 million inhabitants in south-central Siberia. The celestial body lights up with a silvery and blue light, which indicates its considerable energy, to then go out again and explode in a less intense explosion. Since the world has been invaded by cameras, there are more and more videos of these events. The celestial body can be a piece of rock and ice coming from space, in this case it is called a fireball, or any other space debris, perhaps human, which falls back into the atmosphere, for example a piece of a satellite or a rocket as it is success for the Chinese Long March 5 rocket last July. The videos were collected and published on social networks by Latest in space (Twitter/@lastinspace) which is responsible for reporting spatial events in real time.