Michigan Residents Observe 'Failed' Satellite's Blazing Reentry Over Midwest

Storyful
136 次觀看
1 個月前

Skywatchers across US Midwestern states observed a fireball streaking through the night sky on October 19-20 that NASA said was caused by the “reentry and fragmentation of a satellite.”

The sightings were shared amid reports of the annual Orionid meteor shower. The American Meteorological Society confirmed that the fragment was not a “natural fireball but appears to be the re-entry of Kosmos-2551, a Russian reconnaissance satellite that launched on September 9 but failed to maintain orbit."

This footage shared by Jared Dougall, who said it was filmed in Ann Arbor, Michigan, shows the fireball trailing over the city. Credit: Jared Dougall via Storyful

熱門商品
登入後即可張貼留言。
介紹
The best and biggest viral videos from across the web. They'll make you laugh, cry, gasp, and cringe. Stay tuned to the Viral Videos playlist on Yahoo! Screen UK.