Why are meteor sometimes termed falling star?


They called falling stars when they enter the surface of the earth the meteorites enter the ozone and burned the meteoritez so that what they called falling star

Meteors are often referred to as shooting stars or falling stars because of the bright tail of light they create as they pass through the sky. Most meteors occur in Earth's mesosphere, about 50-80 kilometers (31-50 miles) above the Earth's surface.

Meteors are sometimes called 'falling star' because from afar they look like tiny balls of fire or what some people would call stars.

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