What was this bright burning light striking the sky of Las Vegas and northern California on March 6, 2016?
It looks like a giant fireball disintegrating in the skies… But wait a minute…
This gigantic fireball is much too slow and remains incandescent for much too much time.
The northern California dashcam video is less clear than this first footage. You see a faint ball of fire as the car turns on the right. But the moving light is too far away to clearly determine its origin:
So what are these mysterious lights in the sky?
Let’s say that the burning object in the northern California video is a real meteor falling down to Earth on March 6, 2016.
But what about the event filmed over Las Vegas? No meteor will burn so long in our atmosphere.
I didn’t get any visits of some green aliens and it doesn’t seem to me these are fireworks.
I thus guess this is the re-entry of a man-made space object.
Looking at aerospace.org, there is this rocket body from Chinese Mission Yaogan 10 that is supposed to re-enter tomorrow. But maybe the event occurred a bit faster than predicted.