Experts say this was likely caused by a mysterious fireball that lit up the sky in the Detroit subway. – .

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Experts say this was likely caused by a mysterious fireball that lit up the sky in the Detroit subway. – .


Detroit – The big mysterious fireball The sky shone early Wednesday morning Michigan, Midwest and across Canada.

It’s not a meteorite As we saw a few years ago in the Detroit subway? Experts don’t think so.

A fireball was spotted at 12:45 p.m. Wednesday (October 20) and many people missed it. But he was captured in the sky by door cameras moving from south to north.

“What a wonderful time to be alive when devices that detect what’s going on in the sky in people’s lives are in people’s homes, because if they don’t have it, it would just be mouth to mouth. ear, ”he said. Michael Norlock, Director of Cranbrook Astronomy.

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Some of the light was initially believed to come from the Orionite meteor shower that peaked on Wednesday evening.

“The origin of this meteor flux are the tail remains of Comet Hale, so as we have seen from this fireball, we generally don’t associate comet tails with large debris,” he said. Norlock said.

The US Meteorological Agency said the light was not caused by a meteorite. They said cosmic debris might have entered our atmosphere.

“It could be a dead satellite,” Norlock said. Maybe it was part of a rocket launch. It could have been pretty much everything. But the way he appeared in the video, it was a big deal.

Eventually, according to Norlock, NASA will identify the wreckage.

“They do a great job of observing everything, and there is a lot of things in Earth orbit, there is still a lot of things in our space program that will eventually come back to Earth,” said Norlock.

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