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viernes, 27 de abril de 2012

Moscow covered in strange green smelling clouds



The green dust sticks to clothes, cars, windows etc. and it stinks. Bloggers suggest a chemical explosion.

miércoles, 25 de abril de 2012

miércoles, 18 de abril de 2012

Strange object falls in the Siberian tundra 04/18/2012


An unidentified glowing object fell from the sky in Siberia, causing a powerful explosion. A search of the mysterious object is taking place amid speculation it could be.

Witnesses described seeing a bright glow that covered the sky, followed by a shiny object that fell causing a strange metallic sound and disappearing into the distance.The unidentified object reportedly fell into the taiga region of Irkutsk, on Friday night. The head of the regional administration said a group of researchers has been sent to inspect the area to examine witnesses.

"We will be able to say what it is, only when we see the thing itself and the place where he fell," said the head of the region Aleksandr Sergey. "The researchers, along with hunters are traveling on snowmobiles."

There are two possible causes of the incident under review. The object may be a part of a large meteor or satellite debris.There is speculation that it might be a piece of the failed rocket recently launched by North Korea. It could also be a piece of plane although this area is not the flight path for aircraft.

The director of the astronomical observatory at the University of Irkutsk, however, explained that the searches did not find any trace if it is a meteorite.

"Usually, these objects disintegrate completely burned in the atmosphere and are divided into very small fragments falling" he said.

This is not the first incident of its kind in the area. The best-known, fell into this area in 2002 causing an explosion powerful and recalled the case of the massive Tunguska explosion of 1908, caused by a large meteorite that fell.

This March, a mysterious cylinder fell elsewhere in Siberia, causing widespread speculation as to what it was. While the media assume that was part of a satellite or a fragment of a ballistic missile, the Russian Federal Space Agency denies the property of the object.

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