Mysterious meteor … The video is made the moment of the explosion

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"New Scientist" scientific review, that of the Japanese "Jimawari-8" moon On December 18, visual proof of the meteorite explosion appeared in an area close to the Russian shores of the Bering Sea, Asia isNorth America.

The image showed a red-colored yellow dot in the middle of a sea of ​​clouds, while a cloud-shaped video of smoke showed a tail that disappeared quickly.

It seemed meteor A bit small, because the camera I was watching was displaying vast areas of the atmosphere.

According to the magazine's report, a cloud of smoke was seen at 11:50 pm GMT, at the same time as surveillance equipment "NASA"Meteor.

The US space agency "NASA" reported on March 18 that "The mysterious explosion" in December was caused by a huge meteorite, without providing images of the meteorite.

Reported "NASA" That the explosion was ten times stronger than the atomic bomb that had been launched Hiroshima, The second biggest explosion in a century, after a meteor explosion in the Chelyabinsk region of Russia in 2013.

The last meteor explosion occurred just 25.6 kilometers above the planet's surface and reduced to an acute angle of 7 degrees when its contact with the atmosphere caused the explosion. .

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The Japanese satellite "Jimawari-8" provided visual evidence of the meteor explosion on December 18 in a region near the Russian shores of the Bering Sea, which separates the continents of Asia and North America, as reported by the New Scientist.

The image showed a red-colored yellow dot in the middle of a sea of ​​clouds, while a cloud-shaped video of smoke showed a tail that disappeared quickly.

The meteorite looked rather small, because the watching camera was displaying vast areas of the atmosphere.

According to the magazine's report, a cloud of smoke was seen at 23:50 GMT, at the same time as NASA observation devices.

The US space agency "NASA" reported on March 18 that the "mysterious explosion" in December was caused by a large meteor, without providing images of the meteorite.

NASA said the explosion was ten times more powerful than the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima, the second biggest explosion in a century, after a meteor explosion in the Chelyabinsk region of Russia in 2013.

The last meteor explosion occurred just 25.6 kilometers above the planet's surface and reduced to an acute angle of 7 degrees when its contact with the atmosphere caused the explosion. .

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