This may sound disastrous, but the images that are shared by the December ball are actually quite poetic. This atomic, non-earthly force appears as a plain red hue over the clouds. But you probably did not know about him so far because scientists have just noticed it. This is because the area in which the fireball exploded over the Bering Sea is extremely remote. NASA Planetary Defense Officer Lindley Johnson told the BBC that such a powerful meteor event occurs only a few times every 1
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If you are not restless enough about the reality that the burning alien objects are constantly patching our fragile planet, they do so with worrying regularity. on the ground. So far, in 2019, there were five remarkable events in the fiery ball. Do not worry though! Most are super small.