A meteor lit up the skies above Russia Saturday night. The streaking meteor was caught on by a dash cam in Murmansk in the northwest of the country. And while it didn't do anywhere near as much damage as the meteor explosion over Chelyabinsk in 2013, it was still quite the light show.


Then a 7.2 earthquake struck southern Mexico on Friday. The USGS says the quake was centered 170 miles southwest of Mexico City, which felt the strong shaking. There were no reports of any injuries or major damage, but the shaking sent people in the Mexican capital fleeing into the streets. So what does a 7.3 earthquake look like? Well check out this video of a pool during the quake.