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mabar

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20 July, fireball at Tumbes, Peru (most possible by the sound)

Edited --for some reason it was not heard here (sounds like the Cheliabinsky)
21 July, huge stranded whale at the same area in Peru
What to do in case of a stranding of a marine animal? Yesterday in #Tumbes a whale stranding was registered, the citizens tried to return it to the sea, however, in these cases we must not approach or touch these animals...
 

Gary

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20 July, fireball at Tumbes, Peru (most possible by the sound)
Interesting. Without the sound it looks like flashes from a meteor fireball. But it sounds like thunder and lightning.

According to the Geophysical Institute of Peru in this article this was a telluric movement, a product of the collision of the tectonic plates, and is not due to the fall of a meteorite as speculated.

"The institution adds that the lighting of the sky and the subsequent noise that occurred at 5:30 am is not due to a meteorite, but that its origin is still unknown and analyzed by its specialists.

At 5:16 am an earthquake of 3.7 magnitude occurred on the Richter scale whose epicenter was 33 km north of Zorritos."


This is an example of 'earthquake lightning' following an earthquake in New Zealand in 2016:

 

Meg

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July 23 - Home surveillance camera captures bright meteor fireball over southwestern Illinois

 

c.a.

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c.a.

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A view of a fireball of the Perseid meteor shower that flowed at 0:05 on August 3, 2020 with a wide-angle camera from Hiratsuka to the southwestern sky. The Perseid meteor shower is gradually becoming more active. The peak is from the night of August 12th until the dawn of 13th.

A long-path meteor that flowed at 20:08 on August 2, 2020 is seen with a wide-angle camera from Hiratsuka to the southeastern sky. It just flowed between the clouds. It was a meteor in the Perseid meteor shower, and the emission point was still low, so the path was long. Fuji could not be observed at the same time.

Very impressive waterspout taken off Koksijde around 11:45 this morning by Albane Lairesse. 🌪 Water wave Bravo for this video 📽 Michael - Weather Info
 
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