A large fireball disintegrated in the sky over Puerto Rico on January 17, 2020 afternoon.
The meteor was so bright that it was captured on a NOAA satellite and residents are wondering if it could a sign that the Big One is coming.
While the disaster-striken Puerto Rico is currently experiencing an almost unprecedented earthquake swarm, a bright fireball exploded across the sky in Puerto Rico Friday afternoon, prompting local residents to speculate if it was a bad omen.
The NOAA satellite captured the brilliant space rock exploding over Puerto Rico at around 4:30 p.m. EST time Friday.
Here some videos and pictures of the sky event:
While most of the meteor disintegration reports came from the San Juan area, many sightings occurred across the island.
According to astronomers, such a large ball of fire is quite a rare event. Some even say, the celestial body may have measured at least a couple of feet in length.
Many skywatchers reported hearing a loud noise.
A sign of impending doom?
Is this bright meteor fireball a sign of an impending doom?
Because with all this trauma that they have as a result of the earthquakes … one could think it’s something catastrophic, a sign of the nex Big One! Similar headlines on Strange Sounds and Steve Quayle. [Weather]