Viral videos: Giant ‘fireball ball’ falls from the sky, crashes in Chinese province

On December 23, a suspicious low-flying meteor struck the sky in Yushu City, northwest China, Qinghai Province, leaving residents stunned and stunned. The video of the rare natural phenomenon showing bright fireballs and glowing black skies, was widely uploaded on top social media platforms, Weibo and Pierre.

In some videos when the area of ​​a blind naked bright ball passes through an area, some footage shows a burning object object rapidly descending towards hills and fields in some footage rounding the internet.

The China Earthquake Networks Center said through its social media account that a suspicious Boulevard landed near the border of Nangqian County and Yusu County at 7.25am, but no one was injured. Content Report.

After the incident, the Nangqian County government told the media that the “unidentified flying object” that appeared early in the morning flew in the direction of West Lake Kamdo, and no cracks or debris were found in the local Nangqian County. NTDTV Report.

In traditional Chinese culture, meteors from the sky are generally regarded as the precursors of major events or social unrest, and most of them are ominous, Era Times Among reports online explaining fear and panic among the people.

According to NASA’s fireball ball and bolid data provided by JPL’s CNEOOS, the area was also affected by fireball ball. According to data from its official site, the total impact energy of its calculation was 9.5 Kt and the velocity recorded by the sensors was 13.6km / s.

Earlier this month, a similar incident was reported in Japan, where firefighting videos were widely circulated online.