A slew of fireball studies flooded in from throughout Japan over the weekend, with sightings of vibrant inexperienced lights in cities like Osaka, Nagoya, and Gifu.
The fireball appeared to rain down over Japan’s southwestern Wakayama prefecture, illuminating the evening sky with a superb however short-lived flash of sunshine within the early hours of November 29.
The celestial spectacle was captured on dozens of sprint cams, doorbell cams and cctv footage throughout the southern islands of Japan.
Hiratsuka Metropolis Museum curator Daichi Fujii stated the fireball was as vibrant as the complete moon for a short second.
The extreme flash seemingly marked the fiery finish of the meteorite however a number of consultants contacted by the Related Press declare it’s attainable some small fragments of the meteorite could have discovered their technique to the bottom.
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