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Mysterious meteor .. Video is made the moment of explosion

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The Japanese satellite "Jimawari-8" provided visual evidence of the meteorite explosion on Dec. 18 in a region close to the Russian shores of the Bering Sea, which separates the continents of Asia and North America, the New Scientist reported.

The picture showed a red-tinted yellow spot amidst a sea of ​​clouds, while a cloud-shaped smoke video showed a tail that quickly disappeared.

The meteorite looked rather small, because the camera it observed was visualizing vast areas of the atmosphere.

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

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

NASA said the blast was 10 times more powerful than the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima, the second-largest explosion in a century, after a meteorite blast in Russia's Chelyabinsk region in 2013.

The latest meteorite blast occurred only 25.6 kilometers above the planet's surface and fell at a sharp 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 meteorite explosion on Dec. 18 in a region close to the Russian shores of the Bering Sea, which separates the continents of Asia and North America, the New Scientist reported.

The picture showed a red-tinted yellow spot amidst a sea of ​​clouds, while a cloud-shaped smoke video showed a tail that quickly disappeared.

The meteorite looked rather small, because the camera it observed was visualizing vast areas of the atmosphere.

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

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

NASA said the blast was 10 times more powerful than the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima, the second-largest explosion in a century, after a meteorite blast in Russia's Chelyabinsk region in 2013.

The latest meteorite blast occurred only 25.6 kilometers above the planet's surface and fell at a sharp angle of 7 degrees when its contact with the atmosphere caused the explosion.

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