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No One Is Sure If This Was A Meteor, Space Debris, Or Something Otherworldly

NOVEMBER 5, 2016  —  By Corinne Sanders

On Monday, October 31, a strange green object lit up the sky in Niigata, Japan.

A weather camera recorded the incredible sight, which some are calling a UFO. While a few experts are saying it's a very bright meteor called a fireball, others think it could be a fragment of a satellite that was burning as it entered the Earth's atmosphere.

Either way, it must have been amazing to witness.

Read More: This Bright Flash Was Witnessed Overnight In Siberia -- What Could It Be?

What do you think it was? I'd have to agree that it's likely a meteor or space debris, but who knows for sure?


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