Another meteor over Russia?

A mysterious bright flash turned night into day over a huge area of Russia – sparking fears the US had launched a strike on North Korea.

The explosion of light accompanied by the ‘ground shaking’ was also blamed on a UFO visitation or a meteor exploding in the atmosphere.

The phenomenon was seen and felt over thousands of miles in Russia, but was especially evident in three regions Bashkortostan, Udmurtia, and Tatarstan.

Russian officials and scientists immediately denied that there had been a Russian missile test or any reported space rock crashing to earth.

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4 Responses to Another meteor over Russia?

  1. Winston Smith says:

    Donnie’s got ’em pissin in their pants over every little thing over there now.

  2. bogsidebunny says:

    Big country = big exposure = Big target. I bet 62 square mile Lichtenstein doesn’t have that problem.

  3. Joe Blow says:

    And there was that failed spy satellite launch yesterday… perhaps the launch went as ‘planned’?

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