‘What the heck was that?’ Fireball flashes in skies above Calgary

‘What the heck was that?’ Fireball flashes in skies above Calgary

‘What the heck was that?’ Fireball flashes in skies above Calgary

The Rothney Observatory posted this photo to its Twitter account Monday afternoon, saying a the object in the bottom-left corner is a fireball.

Calgarians were awoken by an out-of-this-world view early Monday, as a fireball’s flash lit up the night sky.

The University of Calgary’s Rothney Observatory reports that a fireball was seen Monday at 1:24 a.m. Scores of people reported on social media and in emails to the Herald that they saw a sudden flash of light.

Jesse Shan was on his south-facing Marda Loop balcony when he saw what appeared to be cloudless lightening just southeast of the city.

“I saw a massive flash to begin with; I was like ‘woah,’” said Shan. He saw a blue-white streak was followed by a burning orange orb that moved slowly, lingering for about five seconds before vanishing. “It was almost like it entered through out of nowhere and then exited again. It’s just ridiculous.”

http://www.calgaryherald.com/What+heck+that+Fireball+flashes+skies+above+Calgary/10052822/story.html

IITM:  Folks… many of these green fireballs are spaceships… visitors from off-world… they are friendly… they are family… and earth has trouble getting along with it’s star family….

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