“Fireball” across the Kanto region sky? Many reports of sighting
Light appeared across the Kanto region sky at around 2:30 a.m. and became a fireball.According to the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, some people reported that they heard loud noise even when they were indoors a few minutes later.According to the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, some people reported hearing loud noise even when they were indoors a few minutes later.Associate Professor Hidehiko Agata:“It is reported that it shone brighter than the full moon. There are multiple accounts of hearing the sound even when they were indoors a few minutes later. If shock wave formed by a fireball caused sound, it is very rare phenomenon.”The phenomenon of hearing a sound (by a fireball) is only once every few years.According to Associate Professor Agata, the phenomenon appearing fireball is thought to be a type of shooting star and may have fallen to fairy low attitude of about 30 kilometers above the sky.One of the features of this apparent fireball is brightness. (Today and last December)We can see that the image is much brighter than the one taken last December.And it is very rare that the shock wave that occur when the object moves through the sky can be heard on the ground in the form of sound.
(Translation by Shanti-phula)
先ほど、2020年7月2日、02:32、東京上空に非常に大きな火球（おそらく明るい流星）が西から東へ流れました。数分後に室内でも聞こえる轟音が聞こえましたが関係があるかもしれません。映像は実際のスピードで再生されます。ベランダからの撮影です。 pic.twitter.com/eCYqr8uUfV— KAGAYA (@KAGAYA_11949) July 1, 2020