A huge fireball streaked across Toronto last night. Did anyone see it?
Toronto police and fire services received calls about a “huge fireball that might be a plane crashing into the Toronto Harbour” around 10:36PM EST. There were over 280 official sightings of the fireball of which many took to social media causing quite a stir.
The fireball started around Western New York but the brightest flashes could be viewed in Ontario and Toronto. The University of Toronto’s Scarborough Observatory as part of timelapse coverage caught the fireball as it ripped through the sky.
The meteor was likely part of the cosmic debris formed by Hailey’s Comet, which crashes into Earth each October. Starting Tuesday the Orionids shower is something caused by Halley’s Comet but rarely has such a large and visible fireball.Read More
An interesting video to say the least. A swing doing some crazy swinging. The dad was quoted as this:
“We’re in the playground and the kids don’t want to go anymore because look at this,” said Denton. “This is real, look at this. There’s nobody on it, there’s no wind.”
Unfortunately at the :50 second mark you can clearly see the wind blowing pretty good. So judge for yourself… view and comment!Read More
So this is an interesting event.
According to NASA, this kind of thing happens all the time. Most people are calling Bullsh*t on this one. Have a look at this video. Let us know what you think!
A UFO, Unidentified Flying Object.Read More
This completely unaltered photo that Vazquez says he captured the photo from his truck’s cabin in Kentucky.
“I took this picture just few minutes ago from the cab of my truck it was an accident between campton and Stanton on the service road just off of the mountain parkway, zoom in and pay attention to the shadow just off the top of the state trooper hat.”
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Vanessa Oliver recorded it on her phone after seeing it several time previous.
Filmed on June 3 outside her house, the object, which appeared around 9pm, it can be seen moving slowly across the sky at night.
I know its a bit fuzzy but it’s interesting none the less. Let us know what you think!Read More