Seven observatories around the world and 59 witnesses in New York, Maryland, Pennsylvania in the United States and Ontario in Canada have confirmed seeing a blue fireballha landed early in the morning of November 19.
According to Science live, The event occurred at 3:30 a.m. on November 19 (US Eastern Time). The bright green fireball swept across the skies over the northeastern United States and southeastern Canada.
30-second exposure image shows the magical moment on the morning of November 19
The 30-second exposure image shows the magical moment in the early morning hours of November 19 – (Photo: Derek Bowen).
Some witnesses described it as a helicopter flying leisurely through the air before emitting large bands of light into the night like a giant lightning bolt. After about 10 seconds of lighting it disappeared.
NASA made an official statement regarding the object: It is a small meteorite, was actually discovered by astronomers 3 hours before it crashed into Earth’s atmosphere, burned up, and broke into rows of pieces.
According to NASA, most of the remaining debris may have landed in Lake Ontario on the Canada-U.S. border, although some pieces may be scattered on the lake’s southern shore.
Meteorites are recorded quite specifically in the International Meteorological Organization’s Meteor Tracking Database.
A witness named Derek Bowen in Brantford, Ontario – Canada, had luck using an automatically installed GoPro camera to record the night sky. A photo created from a 30-second sequence of images shows the moment a blue fireball soared into the sky, leaving a long trail of light from space that stretched to the ground and illuminated the surrounding clouds.
NASA said This fireball belongs to a group of exceptionally bright meteoritescoming from asteroids or fragments of comets orbiting the Sun.
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Seven observatories around the world and 59 witnesses in New York, Maryland, Pennsylvania in the United States and Ontario in Canada have confirmed seeing a fireball…