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The strange flash that lit up the Phoenix night sky: Unexpl
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The strange flash that lit up the Phoenix night sky: Unexplained light captured on security cameras
The City of Phoenix, AZ's security camera spotted the mysterious flash last night

People in Arizona, California, Nevada, Utah, and New Mexico reported sightings

While many have claimed it could be a UFO, it's likely a meteor passing through
By CHEYENNE MACDONALD FOR DAILYMAIL.COM
PUBLISHED: 16:23 EST, 15 November 2017 | UPDATED: 17:11 EST, 15 November 2017

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A mysterious bright flash tore across the Phoenix sky last night, sparking fresh fears of UFOs and alien invaders.

But, it’s likely the fireball was a tiny chunk of space rock burning up in our atmosphere.

The remarkable object was spotted by numerous people in the area, with reports streaming in from Arizona and the surrounding states, including California, Nevada, Utah and New Mexico.

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The stunning video, captured with a Nest security camera, shows the moment an object appears over the city. It at first appears a tiny orb in the night sky, before quickly blossoming to become a massive flash that illuminates the clouds
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The stunning video, captured with a Nest security camera, shows the moment an object appears over the city. It at first appears a tiny orb in the night sky, before quickly blossoming to become a massive flash that illuminates the clouds

THE LEONID METEORS

The Leonid meteor shower is one of several sources of meteoric activity brightening the skies this month.

The Leonids will peak on November 17th, with the new moon.

While moonless conditions will make for better viewing, the shower itself is not expected to produce a high number of shooting stars.

According to NASA, viewers may see up to 10 meteors an hour, around 3:00 a.m.

The Leonid meteor shower is born from the debris of comet 55P/ Tempel-Tuttle.

‘Something BRILLIANT just flew across the Phoenix sky around 8:30 this evening!’ the City of Phoenix, AZ tweeted last night.

‘Check out what our Phoenix City Cam Captured! Look to the right of this screen.’

The stunning video, captured with a Nest security camera, shows the moment an object appears over the city.

It at first appears a tiny orb in the night sky, before quickly blossoming to become a massive flash that illuminates the clouds.

Excited observers were quick to share their own stories, too.

‘We saw the sky light up not far from Flagstaff!,’ Twitter user Debora Lee Soltez wrote in reply.

‘We were driving north, so didn’t see the meteor, just the sky lighten up then the flash…bright enough to see the trees along the road.’

Strange flash of light over Phoenix spotted on security cameras

Another user noted: ‘At first I thought someone shot a firework but it got to bright and never popped.’

While many speculated the mysterious object was a meteor, some claimed it was a UFO.

‘Its not a meteor, it’s a UFO,’ one user tweeted. ‘Arizona is no stranger to alien and other worldly activity.’

The remarkable object was spotted by numerous people in the area, with reports streaming in from Arizona and the surrounding states, including California, Nevada, Utah and New Mexico +2
The remarkable object was spotted by numerous people in the area, with reports streaming in from Arizona and the surrounding states, including California, Nevada, Utah and New Mexico

But, it’s likely the real explanation is far simpler.

According to the American Meteor Society, this week alone has several sources of meteoric activity, leading to fireball sightings all around the world.

In the span of just ten hours between Nov 14 and 15, there were four major sightings, with events in France and Germany, as well as two parts of the US.

Some have suggested that the Taurid meteor shower, which peaked last weekend, may be to blame.

For the Arizona flash, however, the experts say this is not the case.

While many speculated the mysterious object was a meteor, some claimed it was a UFO
While many speculated the mysterious object was a meteor, some claimed it was a UFO

A mysterious bright flash tore across the Phoenix sky last night, sparking fresh fears of UFOs and alien invaders. But, it’s likely the fireball was a tiny chunk of space rock burning up in our atmosphere

A mysterious bright flash tore across the Phoenix sky last night, sparking fresh fears of UFOs and alien invaders. But, it’s likely the fireball was a tiny chunk of space rock burning up in our atmosphere

‘Both branches of the Taurids are most notable for colourful fireballs and are often responsible for an increased number of fireball reports from September through November,’ according to AMS.

‘The first analysis conducted by former IMO president Dr. Juergen Rendtel of the Leibniz-Institut für Astrophysik Potsdam from the raw data shows that the events that occurred over Arizona and France cannot be linked to the Taurids: the Arizona event was moving from North-West to South-East while the French event was moving form North-East to South-West.’

Instead, the Arizona fireball may have come from one of the other many meteor sources.

The Leonid meteor shower, for example, is set to peak this weekend and has been active since the beginning of the month.


Read more:
Four Major Fireballs within Ten Hours : American Meteor Society
City of Phoenix, AZ (@CityofPhoenixAZ) on Twitter


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Copacetic, Dogpatch, United States, 2 minutes ago
What is the much smaller circular object on the left that appears to fall in the same way, at the same angle, but appears to remain intact? A much smaller meteorite?

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Might that be one of our Martian neighbor Sir Casper's spacecraft that is controlling the warhead?

How many can we only wonder would guess that burst of light in the night sky over Phoenix is a thermonuclear warhead in a controlled burst off?

Can we not say a prayer of thanks to Father for having His angels safely burst off all of the thermonuclear warheads that have been shot at us?

Will Labor not STRIKE THEM OUT and take over the issue of bourse? Thank you.


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