A Gigantic Fireball Passes Near Earth

A gigantic fireball passes through Western Andalusia at incredible speed. This fireball reached a speed of 150,000 kilometers per hour. It was more than 100 kilometers high above the town of Montecorto before disappearing.

An incredible incandescent rock has been seen in the western part of the province of Malaga, to then cross the rest of that area of ​​Andalusia, letting itself be seen in Cádiz and Huelva until it finally disappears in the sky.

According to the Andalusian Astrophysics Institute, creators of the SMART project, the incandescent ball reached 150,000 kilometers per hour.

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According to the analysis of the SMART project researchers , Jose María Madiedo, the fireball was recorded this morning at 1:18 am as can be seen in the image.

The places where this ball has been recorded have been in Huelva, El Aljarafe, Seville, Calar Alto, Sierra NEvada, La Sagra and La Hita (the latter in the province of Toledo).

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The rock entered the Earth's atmosphere at a very high speed of 150,000 kilometers per hour, so it follows that it came from a comet that brushed against the atmosphere until it caught fire.

This occurred at an altitude of about 104 kilometers, until it disappeared near the town of Montecorto, in Malaga.

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