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    Giant Bolide fireball breaks into China – Watch Video Now

    Giant Bolide fireball breaks into China – Watch Video Now

    Have you heard of a giant meteor fireball shot of light and clear sky into the earth? Believe it or not, this celestial phenomenon took place in Yushu District, north-west of China. On Wednesday a colossal meteor fireball was observed blinking over the sky and falling on the moon.

    Have you heard of a giant meteor fireball shot with light and clear sky towards the earth??? Believe it or not, this celestial phenomenon took place in Yushu District, north-west of China. A giant meteor fireball came through the sky and eventually exploded on Wednesday. This not only fascinated the local people but also caused fear to anyone who saw the video. Now, this video is viral.

    Dan Ba, a local in Yushu city, has seen the same creation before his eyes, according to sources. When this happened, he was taking his child to kindergarten. He said the object was first very small, but then it got bigger and brighter in a matter of minutes. Many other residents confirmed that they had heard noisy noises pounding.

    The fireball was also reported as it shone the sky with its bright lights on a plane flying from Xi’an to Lhasa. Many users have posted social media images themselves.

    One Twitter user said in Alabama, where a meteor was light in the sky, that a similar event took place.. “As Alabama takes place, a Meteor SHINES BRIGHT in a ski area making the LANDFALL in Qinghai and the SKIES meteor is a strange and sensational occurrence today in Qinghai China and Marshall County Alabama. We need astrologers to help MAKE SENSE from the odd occurrences,” he wrote.

    In addition, the Earthquake Network Center of China has reported that at 7.25am there landed a possible bolide (a light meteor normally bursting in the atmosphere) near the Nangquian County/Yusu County border and nobody was harmed. It has been reported by social media about the case.

    A research from NASA says that on earth in December 2019, over 50,000 meteorites were found.

    Rajat Singhhttps://bioinformaticsindia.com
    A Bioinformatics Masters degree from the G.N Khalsa Science and Commerce College (Mumbai). Blogger by choice and an enthusiastic person with a technical background and passion.

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