The Tunguska incident was a massive explosion that happened on June 30, 1908 along the Stony Tunguska River in Russia in an empty and barren location.
While no one has been able to explain the source of the explosion, it is thought that it was produced by a big meteoroid or comet fragment that detonated around 5 or 10 kilometers above the Earth's surface.
The explosion destroyed around sixty million trees across more than 2,150 square kilometers.
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Perhaps what is most astonishing is that Eurasian seismic sensors reported oscillations in air pressure that were substantial enough for British biographers to identify them. Throughout the subsequent weeks, the night sky of Europe and western Russia shone brightly enough for humans to see perfectly. Several expeditions have researched the occurrence, but no one has been able to locate the item that caused it. Members of the Siberian state organization Tunguska Space Phenomenon claimed to have uncovered blocks of an alien technical equipment in 2004. (UFO crashes over Russia)
In what appears to be a recurrence of the same incident, a mystery object has crashed near Tunguska.
Another UFO seen in Tunguska
A weird, extremely brilliant orb has been spotted traversing the night sky over Tunguska, Russia. In a remote part of the Krasnoyarsk region in Siberia, a vehicle's dashboard camera captured a brilliant light that changed from green to yellow to orange. In 1908, a mystifying object detonated near Tunguska with the energy of 185 Hiroshima bombs. (UFO crashes over Russia)
"The night turned bright and warm, as if a gigantic light bulb were blazing in the sky," claimed Pyotr Bondarev, one of the witnesses to the bizarre occurrence.
According to the British newspaper Daily Mirror, specialists have speculated that the gleaming sphere was a meteor, but as it occurred in Tunguska, no definite proof has yet been discovered. The brilliant body was also seen from a distance of 402 kilometers. Nevertheless, what has garnered the most attention is the report that the enigmatic object seemed to be making a forced landing.
Bondarev said, "At 7:30 p.m., it was dark." "I was out strolling with my wife and children when a green and yellow sky appeared. Many people witnessed it and were thrilled. It is impossible to determine the nature of the dazzling object. It might have been a meteorite or another object.
It was likely a tiny meteorite, according to Sergei Karpov of the Kirensky Institute of Physics.
"It was probably up to 10 cm in diameter," Karpov stated. But, the Russian emergency ministry has not yet confirmed this. (UFO crashes over Russia)
There is yet no official explanation on the odd item. Hence, there were several claims that it was a "second Tunguska" and that the enigmatic object was a UFO that had crashed. According to several witnesses, the item flew silently and parallel to the ground; it had a diameter of approximately three meters, a nearly flawless spherical form, no protrusions or holes, and a hue akin to burning stainless steel. According to field experts, the UFO was traveling at around 15 meters per second.
In addition to this tragedy, however, something weird is occurring in our sky, particularly in Russia. Last year, the people of the Yakutia region were horrified when day changed to night for more than three hours for no apparent reason. Nor did anybody give an explanation, leading many to speculate that the bizarre episode was caused by meteorite dust or a clandestine military test. Surprisingly, no reports of meteorites, eclipses, or weapons testing were made on that day.
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Not to mention how, a few days earlier, a professional photographer captured mysterious vertical light pillars seen over the Russian city of Apatity that extended from the horizon to the auroras. In this instance, the scientific explanation for the brilliant pillars was that they were really an optical phenomena that frequently happens in the Arctic due to the extremely low temperatures. Nonetheless, it is still a result of causality because events in the Krasnoyarsk region occur days after the UFO.
Is the mystery ball an exploding UFO? Asteroids or meteors? Or do you offer an other explanation?