Multiple reports of people spotting the meteor and hearing the sonic boom were shared on social media.
No casualties were reported, but an official had earlier urged people to stay at least 3 km from the crater, Indonesia’s Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Centre said.
The moon will reach peak fullness on Sunday at 7.48pm BST (10.48pm UAE time), however it will appear full in the sky till Monday night.
The unforgettable travel experience is priced from Dhs 66,000 for up to six travellers and will be available between 13 April and 12 May 2021. Suhour packages are available as well.
Supermassive black holes (SMBHs), millions to billions of times more massive than the Sun, are typically found in the centre of galaxies.
Dwarf galaxies attract a special interest from scientists because they were the first to form, and not many of them are left because they were destroyed by large galaxies such as the Milky Way.
Astrophysics professor Hassan Ali Dal explained on Twitter, “The mysterious object is a fireball which usually appears when a meteor starts to burn in the atmosphere.”
Videos on social platforms in China documented the phenomenon that occurred on May 7.