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Fireballs appear in the California sky (VIDEO)

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Wednesday, January 29, many residents of San Diego, Los Angeles and its surroundings were able to observe a space object whose debris turned into as many fireballs when they fell. Assumptions have been made about a possible meteorite.

On Wednesday January 29, the American Meteor Society recorded 63 reports of sightings of a luminous object in southern California.

A video of an unknown space object that exploded into several luminous balls in the sky of Southern California has been posted on YouTube.

Debris from a Delta II rocket?

Witnesses assumed that it was a meteorite that had fragmented into several pieces. However, the authorities did not find any traces on the ground.

The American Meteor Society said it could be debris from a Delta II rocket launched in 1989.

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