Back in 2012 Norwegian skydiver Anders Helstrup and several others jumped from a plane near Hedmark. During Helstrup’s dive he experienced something none of the other members of the Oslo Parachute Club had experienced before.
When the man got back home he examined the video footage from the two cameras he had attached to his jumpsuit and discovered something extremely odd. It turned out a stone had passed near him and had missed him with just few meters. The man immediately asked his family to go on a search party with him, but they failed to find the stone all summer. Helstup then contacted the experts from the Natural History Museum in Oslo. The skydiver and the officials were convinced it was a meteorite. When Helstrup found a stone, which he believed was the one that nearly hit him, he took it to the experts for tests.
It turned out the stone was a breccia, which is a common type of meteorite rock. The experts believe the meteorite had exploded several kilometers above the man during his dive. It’s the first time anyone has ever filmed a meteorite during dark flight.