They filmed mysterious sky flashes over California

“First of all, we were shocked, but at the same time we watched it with amazement. None of us have ever seen anything like this before,” described AP’s Jaime Hernandez, who captured the roughly 40-second video. He chokes that the fact he filmed the video outside a pub during St Patrick’s Day celebrations had no bearing on his party’s judgement.

King Cong Hospitality posted the video on Instagram asking users for an explanation. This was soon provided by astronomer Jonathan McDowell of the Harvard-Smithsonian Research Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge.

Cosmic junk

In an interview with the AP staff on Saturday, he stated that he could “state with 99.9 percent certainty that it was space debris.”

The lights above California were apparently burning space junk

It is said that it was most likely a discarded Japanese device weighing 310 kilograms, which was thrown from the International Space Station as unnecessary in 2020 and burned up in the atmosphere this Friday.

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