Truth Frequency Radio
Nov 09, 2013

UFO-fireballs-sky-meteor-shower-truth-frequency-radio-chris-geo-sheree-geo-alternative-media-news-informationNational Monitor, Charli Kerns

Southern California residents on their homeward commute Wednesday night got a brilliant traveling show as what scientists believe was a meteor streaked across the twilight sky.

“I saw this big, greenish flash like, light up the sky. It was headed pretty sideways from like, east to west,” said Matthew Isaacs, from Mission Viejo. I thought, ‘Is that a firework?’ And then I realized, that couldn’t be that big. It’s just in the middle of nowhere in a totally dark area where there’s no houses or anything where anyone would shoot fireworks. I thought, ‘Man, it must have been a meteor.’”

According to the North American Aerospace Defense Command weather department, the meteor people saw was most likely part of the South Taurids meteor showers. These showers are generally most visible during the first half of November, according to American Meteor Society.

This sighting came at just the right time as two teams of researchers just had two study regarding space debris impacts on Earth were published earlier that day. The first study looked at the rate of asteroid impacts against Earth’s atmosphere published in the science journal Nature earlier that same day.

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