California Light: Science-fiction movie-like scene seen in the sky of America, people felt alien, watch video

California Sky Light: Mysterious streaks of light were seen in the sky on Friday (March 17) night in the Sacramento area of ​​California. One of the revelers posted the shocking video on the social media platform Instagram on the occasion of St. Patrick’s Day, the Associated Press (AP) reported.

The video of the mysterious glowing streaks of light in the sky was shot by a man named Jaime Hernandez. The video is of about 40 seconds. Jaime Hernandez went to King Kong Brewing Company in Cramanto with some friends on St. Patrick’s Day. Jaime Hernandez is also the owner of this company. When his attention went to the shining streaks on the sky, he started shooting.

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After seeing the shocking sight in the sky, the owner of King Kong Brewing Company said that we were shocked. We had never seen anything like this before. It was like watching a movie scene for us. Jaime Hernandez posted the video on Instagram. After Jaime Hernandez uploaded the video, people asked him if anyone could solve the mystery.

On this, Jonathan McDowell, an astronomer at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, said that he was 100 percent sure that these burning strips of light were the debris of the burning satellite.


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McDowell said that the spectacular light show in the sky was the burning pieces of debris. They estimated that the debris was about 40 miles high, traveling at thousands of miles per hour.

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