The Tunguska event was a powerful explosion that occurred in an uninhabited and desolate area near the Stony Tunguska River in Russia on June 30, 1908.
Although no one has yet been able to explain the cause of the explosion, it is believed that it could have been caused by a large meteoroid or fragment of a comet, which exploded in the Earth’s atmosphere at about 5 or 10 kilometers high. The explosion crushed some 60 million trees in more than 2,150 square kilometers.(UFO crashing in Russia)
Although most surprising is that Eurasian seismic stations recorded fluctuations in atmospheric pressure strong enough to be detected by biographers who had recently been invented in Britain. Over the next few weeks, the night skies of Europe and western Russia shined with enough intensity that people could see perfectly. Numerous expeditions have investigated the incident, but no one has been able to find the remains of the object that caused the event. However, in 2004 the members of the Siberian state foundation Tunguska Space Phenomenon claimed to have discovered blocks of an extraterrestrial technological device.(UFO crashing in Russia)
Decenas de personas ven un OVNI estrellándose en Rusia, cerca de Tunguska
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And it seems that a similar phenomenon has reoccurred, a mysterious object has crashed near Tunguska.
Another UFO in Tunguska
A mysterious very bright ball has been sighted crossing the Russian night sky near Tunguska. A dashcam, dashboard camera of a vehicle, caught a dazzling flash changing color from green to yellow to orange in a remote area of the Krasnoyarsk region in Siberia. And it has happened near Tunguska, where a mysterious object exploded with the force of 185 Hiroshima bombs in 1908.(UFO crashing in Russia)
“The night became bright and warm as if a giant light bulb were burning in the sky,” said Pyotr Bondarev, one of the witnesses who witnessed the strange phenomenon.
According to the British tabloid Daily Mirror, experts have suggested that the shiny ball was a meteor, but as it happened in Tunguska, no conclusive evidence has been found so far. The bright body was also seen up to 402 kilometers away. But what has most attracted attention is that some people claimed that the mysterious object seemed to be making a forced landing.
“It was like 7:30 pm, it was dark,” Bondarev continued. “I was out walking with my wife and children when the sky shone green and yellow. Many people saw it and were excited. It is impossible to say what the bright object was. It could have been a meteor or something else. “
Sergey Karpov, a researcher at the Kirensky Institute of Physics, said it was probably a small meteorite.
“Most likely it was something up to 10 centimeters in diameter,” Karpov said. “But this has not been confirmed by the Russian emergency ministry.”(UFO crashing in Russia)
So far there has been no official explanation about the mysterious object. So there were many people who claimed that it was a ‘second Tunguska’ and that the mysterious object was a crashing UFO. According to other witnesses, the object flew noiselessly and parallel to the ground; it was about three meters in diameter, of an almost perfectly round shape, without projections or cavities, and of a color similar to the burning stainless steel. Experts in the field said that the speed of the UFO was approximately 15 meters per hour.
But apart from this incident, something strange is happening in our skies, more specifically in Russia. Last year the inhabitants of the Yakutia region were terrified to see how inexplicably the day turned into night for more than three hours. Nor did anyone offer an explanation, so many believed that the strange incident could be the result of dust from a meteorite or a secret military test. Interestingly, that day there were no reports of meteorites, eclipses or weapons tests on that same day.
Not to mention how a few days ago a professional photographer engraved some mysterious vertical light pillars, which stretched from the horizon to the auroras, visible over the Russian city of Apatity. In this particular case the scientific explanation was that the luminous pillars were really an optical phenomenon that typically occurs in the Arctic regions due to the extremely low temperatures. But it is still causality that days after the UFO occurs in the Krasnoyarsk region.
Is the mysterious ball a UFO crashing? A meteor or asteroid? Or do you have another explanation?