Strange Fireball Falls Over the Pacific Ocean [VIDEO]

The event was observed by tourists and residents of the place, who spread some videos through social networks.

The Sputnik news service also reported a fireball that flew over the Pacific Ocean near the islands of Guam and the Northern Marianas.

A Civil Defense report from Guam indicates that the incident occurred at 11 am and 50 minutes at night on December 27, northeast of the waters of Saipan, a city located in the Northern Mariana Islands, northeast of Guam, in the Pacific ocean.

Residents and tourists managed to record the phenomenon on video.

In the diffused images you can see a burning body that falls while parts of it are detached, leaving flashes of yellow light in its path.

Some compared it with fireworks.

However, despite the recordings, it is not clear to many what kind of object it is. Some have postulated the idea that it is a UFO.

Others point out that it is the “Christmas gift” that China had warned the United States in the context of its political-economic tensions.

For its part, the US Meteorological Service. UU.

He states that it could be a meteorite that entered the Earth’s atmosphere and disintegrated in its trajectory.

He also raised the possibility that it was a part of a rocket launched by China as part of his experiments.

In September of last year, a fireball lit the sky of Spain.

Reports from the Southwest Europe Meteor and Winds Network indicated that the object entered the Earth’s atmosphere at a speed of 61 thousand kilometers per hour.

The event could be appreciated at a distance of more than 400 kilometers away.

The head of the Smart Project, which recorded a video drop of the object, said it would be a rock that came off an asteroid that approached Earth.

In the first days of this year, light shows have already been seen in the sky.

On January 3 and 4, the shower of stars known as ‘Quadrants’ took place, a phenomenon that had great visibility from Europe.

The Quadrantids showed greater intensity in the first week of the year, close to 8:20 GMT.

This was the moment when the constellation Boyero reached the top of the sky.


Watch the video down below:



Source: Larepublica