In the past month, we have
narrowly avoided being hit by a previously unknown 28 foot meteor on Nov 6th, had reports of large fireballs lighting up the sky over the Western US and South Africa and now two more fireballs on Nov 26th and then again on the 27th are being reported over Edmonton Canada.
At 7:15 AM on Thursday November 26th, a fireball was spotted traveling low along the horizon from the northeast to the east, the
Telus World of Science says. The next morning, a second was seen to the west at about 5:50 a.m.
Could this increase in activity be related to the
a mystery object that passed through Saturn’s F ring in June, leaving a trail of debris, less than a month after an object crashed into Jupiter?
There definitely seems to be an increased trend in fireball activity, dating back to the
daylight sighting of the Texas Fireball on February 15th and all the other fireball related stories this year.
Good thing this one didn't hit us
Less than two days after
a meteor could be seen crossing the sky of the Western US and several weeks after a 25 foot meteor came with in two Earth radii (8,700 miles) of crashing into the earth on November 6th, a fireball lit up the South African sky on Saturday November 21st, 2009.
, heading towards the north of Pretoria.
Residents of Johannesburg, Gauteng, and Pretoria reported a fireball around 11pm on Saturday November 21st
“We saw this big green ball of fire. it kind of came out of the sky, out of the blue,” one local witness said, “There was sudden flash. Like an orange stripe in the sky, followed by a very bright explosion where the sky lit up as if it was daytime.”
February 15th Texas Fireball sighting, which was followed by fireball sightings on the East Coast, in California and around the world, there seems to be a serious increase in the number of these UFO fireballs.
Connected to 2012? Along with the
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