On the morning of 7 September in the skies over Thailand exploded space object. The inhabitants of Bangkok managed to capture, as a wall of unidentified body, like a meteor, flying over the metropolis.
Thousands of inhabitants of Thailand were shocked by unusual cosmic phenomenon. People who on the morning of 7 September at about 8:45 local time, was on the street witnessed the fall of the cosmic body.
They spotted in the sky over Bangkok raced an unidentified object, leaving a plume of white smoke. Also, the eyewitnesses of the events even happened to capture on camera, as a cosmic body, when approaching the Ground, exploded. The fall and explosion of the meteorite was recorded by DVRs. The records show that a large body raced down through the heavens almost at right angles.
Eyewitnesses informed that unidentified celestial body, which flew to the Ground, exploded with a terrible crash. Local edition NewsThaipbs indicates that the sound was audible even in the province located at 200 km from the capital. In addition, it is noted that there are people recorded 2 loud bangs.
It is noted that the presumed crash site of a space object was sent to the rescue team. 1 of the witnesses said that at first even took happened during the plane crash. However, the authorities announced that some incidents with the aircraft in this day in Thailand was recorded.
Besides astrologers discovered the explanation for the explosion in the sky over Bangkok. Experts are confident that the unidentified flying object was a large meteorite to hit the earth's atmosphere.In the Observatory Chachoengsao, located in the North-East power has announced that the space body burned up in the atmosphere before reaching the Earth's surface, TASS informs.
"It (the body) was completely burnt. Judging by the smoke plume, it is a meteorite. Quite ordinary phenomenon. People don't need to worry," said researcher Observatory Voravit Manathavadi.
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