Mail Online shares spectacular images (picture) of Russian meteorite, captured on February 15th. "Marat Akhmetaleyev, 31, had just set up his tripod when the space rock lit up the crisp, morning sky almost where his camera was pointing. Despite trembling with shock, he instinctively started to snap away," reports article. Akhmetaleyev was really lucky - set up and pointed in right direction? You wonder? The steadfast photographer remained at his tripod despite fears it was a "nuclear bomb." They are great pictures and attest to unusual brilliance of explosion! Is it a stony meteorite catching fire and exploding?