© YouTube/Exoss Citizen Science (screen capture)
According to globo.com a meteor fireball exploded in the sky above Vitória, Espírito Santo, Brazil on Sunday 11th June. It is estimated that the fireball struck the Capixaba sky at a speed of 48.5 km / h.

It was recorded by an Exoss Citizen Science station (Luciana Fontes) located in Vitória. Preliminary data from Exoss indicates the magnitude recorded was -5, meaning that the glow of the fireball was similar to that of the planet Venus as seen from Earth.