My buddy from the UK sent me this one a few years back and I never thought of putting it on here until recently. He is an amateur astronomer and comes across a lot of videos of abnormal sites in the sky. He believes this to be a video of some space junk falling over Mexico and being illuminated by the sun set. It sure appears to be that especially considering it's slow rate of speed. Any tips from those on here that are well versed in identifying materials burning up in earths atmosphere? What tips do you have for the average person on identifying space junk and/or other abnormal sites. Here is the link to the video from "The Telegraph" a UK news source. What causes the front to be quite reddish? High heat? The quality of the video is thankfully not too bad here.