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A brilliant fireball over Tokyo explodes with the force of 165 tons of TNT

The skies over Tokyo were lit up by an explosive extraterrestrial object early Thursday morning that also came with a sonic boom, according to some reports.  Videos of the event show a spectacular light with green and purplish hues flying across the sky for just a few seconds at around 2:30 a.m. local time, before…

Sightings of a big fireball were reported in the US

A massive fireball appeared in the skies over several southern US states in the early morning hours of June 19th. Eyewitnesses report seeing a huge streak following by a bright flash and then a boom. It’s unclear if any pieces of the space rock made it to Earth. If you’re a resident of Kansas, Missouri,…

Death from above? Fireball may have destroyed ancient Syrian village

Home News An artist's image of the last seconds in the prehistoric village of Abu Hureyra, where a fireball from the sky likely destroyed the village. (Image: © Jennifer Rice, CometResearchGroup.org) Debris from a comet may have leveled an ancient village in Syria during a spate of several such explosions occurring around the world, according…

A Spectacular Fireball Was Just Caught in Australia. Experts Don’t Know What It Was

CARLY CASSELLA 19 JUNE 2020 It was in the early hours of Monday morning when Denby Turton, a mechanical fitter at the Yandi mine in Western Australia, saw a curious light streaking through the sky.He and three others were sitting on top of a crusher, waiting for it to start up, when his boss suddenly…

Strange blue fireball streaks above Western Australia, confusing astronomers

Home News A streak of blue light that flashed across the sky on Monday surprised western Australia's night owls and befuddled the astronomy community. The blue fireball was seen at 1 a.m. local time on June 15, according to ABC News Pilbara. "It was really a spectacular observation," Glen Nagle, the education and outreach manager at…

Green fireball believed to be asteroid streaks throughout night sky in Australia

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This Fireball Ignored the Solar System’s One-Way Signs

Science|This Fireball Ignored the Solar System’s One-Way SignsTrilobitesA meteoroid that grazed the night sky over Australia in 2017 took a very unusual path away from Earth.A Desert Fireball Network image of a grazing fireball taken by the William Creek Observatory in Australia in 2017.Credit...Patrick Shober/Desert Fireball NetworkMarch 30, 2020Updated 5:39 p.m. ETIt’s not unusual for…

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Coronavirus 22 de junio, minuto a minuto: México informa más de 1.000 muertes en 24 horas

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La “broma” de Trump sobre las pruebas de coronavirus expone su negligencia en medio de un aumento de cifras del virus

En evento de campaña con poca asistencia, Trump afirmó que le dijo a su personal que redujera la velocidad de las pruebas de coronavirus para ocultar el descubrimiento de más casos.

Asesor de la Casa Blanca: La administración Trump se prepara para una posible segunda ola de coronavirus en el otoño

El asesor comercial de la Casa Blanca, Peter Navarro, dijo el domingo que la administración Trump se está preparando para la posibilidad de que una segunda ola de covid-19 pueda golpear a Estados Unidos en el otoño.

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