Friday, June 19, 2020

Bright Light With Long Shiny Tail In The Sky At Midnight Appeared In Sky, People Suspecting It Was A Meteorite



There was a sudden bright light in the sky at midnight. At first glance, it seemed as if a fireball was ripping the sky at a high speed. All those who saw this scene had got shocked. Whether it was a meteorite or a comet or something, it has not been decided but the scene has been captured in the camera. It can be clearly seen in the video footage that something like a glowing meteorite is being flashed through the sky at high speed. Not only this, but its color was also changing again and again. Earlier it was orange color, later it turned yellow. It also had a long shiny tail behind it. In a few seconds, its full color turned blue.

The incident occurred in Western Australia at around 1 pm on 15 June. Many residents captured this scene with their camera. According to ABC News report, scientists are not sure what the item was. Some astronomers speculate that it may also be man-made space debris that may have come from a rocket launch. But this happens very rarely.

This comet or meteorite like object passed over the city of Pilbara in Western Australia. It was going on its way very smoothly. It also appears that it can be a natural space object. Being blue means that it can contain a very large amount of iron. Often small asteroids or comets burn in the air as they enter the earth's atmosphere. They also have high iron. Most of these are small pieces of a large asteroid.

The Fireball Was Also Seen In 2017

Locals said the fireball was similar to another meteorite spotted in Australia in 2017. That 2017 fireball rose rapidly into the sky, but instead of hitting the ground or burning in the atmosphere, it went back into space. How far the fireball appeared on the night of 15 June has not been known yet.

Debris Fall On Earth Everyday From Space

According to NASA, debris continues to fall continuously from space every day around the earth and crossing its atmosphere. They are not visible due to the light of the sun during the day, but at night they appear brightly. It is estimated that about 48.5 tons (44,000 kg) of matter fall into the earth every day as debris from space. Most of the space rocks are completely broken. Sometimes an object enters the earth. In February 2013, a meteorite known as Chelyabinsk meteorite penetrated the Earth's atmosphere directly over Russia. Even before the well-known 1908 Tunguska Event, astronomers have not forgotten yet.

Asteroid Passed Through The Sky In 2013

In 2013, an asteroid passed very close to the Earth. So close that it was clearly seen in the sky in the evening. The incident took place on February 15, 2013, in Chelyabinsk, Russia. People driving had also recorded the incident in their mobile cameras. People from different places across the region recorded the scene and went viral on the Internet. People were stunned by the impact that came out in just 5 seconds. There was a sudden bright light in the sky and there was a loud sound. As if the sky was broken. The tremor shook the area of ​​about 10 kilometers. Homes, offices were damaged and more than a thousand people were injured. It is a matter of enjoyment that it did not fall on the earth otherwise it could have caused great destruction.