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Sunday, May 18, 2014

Australians appalling when the mysterious object falls from the sky

Australians in Central and Northern Queensland, reported seeing a large object falling from the sky lit up and hit the ground like a bomb. As reported by the ABC on Friday, May 16, 2014, report that occurred at 6:30 pm AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time) or 18:30 Indonesian time.

Witnesses said they saw a big ball of blue and orange tail falling to the ground. Some residents of Cunnamula to Townsville reported seeing the object, but there are no reports of any kind, if any falling debris scattered on the ground.
Flaming object falling from the sky (bottom right of photo) seen looking east from Mount Isa about 6:30pm AEST. (Picture from: http://ab.co/QOzb0Z)
A resident of the area, Mount Isa, Mount of Virginia, said it had to capture the moment by accident. "It's very coincidental, I took a picture months are coming on the horizon the sky," he said. Photos, too, has been widely distributed on websites throughout the world.

He also claimed was totally flabbergasted by the events that happened to be caught by the camera. A Townsville resident, Kim Vega, reveals, he like seeing an explosion without sound while in his backyard.

Another report was also presented by Terry Robinson, a resident of Townsville, who claimed to like seeing a huge bomb that exploded and very amazing.

This was later confirmed by Owen Bennedict, Wappa Falls Observatory astronomer. However, he denied that the object was a meteor but may be part of the falling satellite then entered the Earth's atmosphere. "Each different metal or plastic that is different from each satellite will burn at different temperatures and will have a spectrum of different colors as well," he said.

He explained that the fall of the satellite debris is a common thing. However, this can create an optical illusion. Benedict continued, maybe the people think that it fell nearby but not necessarily the case, as can be seen it as close but actually landed away hundreds of kilometers away.

This phenomenon is reminiscent of a similar incident back in 2013. An asteroid named 2012 DA14, early fall day, hit the Chelyabinsk region of Russia. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ABC]
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