Meteor explosion on Camera

It may not look like much, however this orangey darker puff of smoke high is the consequence of the third biggest meteor blast to have affected Earth in present day times.

The immense meteor blast hit Earth in December yet was just spotted by specialists a week ago, and now we have visual proof gratitude to the camera of the geostationary Japanese Himawari-8 climate satellite.

The meteor’s smoke cloud was recorded at 2350 GMT in a similar area over the Bering Sea that was recorded by NASA’s observing sensors.

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