UFO Buffs Curious by Strange Lights over Las Vegas

UFO news – September 18, 2011 – A strange glow lighted up the skies over Nevada, California and Arizona. The glowing light was noticed traveling over Las Vegas.
A NASA scientist thinks a little asteroid induced the glowing meteor. College of Southern Nevada Planetarium Director Dale Etheridge confirms saying that this one was most likely an asteroid fragment.
Scientists suggest a small portion of an asteroid turned a meteor when it reached the atmosphere.
It was something likely on the size of a golf ball or a marble, burned up completely, never reached to the earth’s surface, according to Etheridge.
Viewing a shooting star, quite a few made wishes. Other people are still intrigued about a possible UFOs encounter. Peter Davenport, director of the National UFO Reporting Center, pointed out that it is certainly very early to declare that it is a meteor. He added that one would not assume an individual seeing a meteor for 45 or 50 seconds.
A number of long-time Las Vegas people may be encountering déjà vu.
A UFO was observed through the entire west in April of 1962. The vibrant, red-colored fireball was identified as a meteorite. Some Las Vegans scared it was a guest from outer space or a lost rocket.
The UFO, blasting a fire from its end, landed in Eureka, Utah, all of a sudden took off and wrapped up its cross-country trip in Mesquite with a huge explosion.
An Air Force intelligence report discloses the falling meteor clarification is questioned. That is a particular one factor UFO enthusiasts are suspicious regarding the conclusion of the 1962 event, as well as the one on the night of September 14, 2011.
Davenport suspected that the planet Earth is being visited regularly by these things, which for now, around 64 years, many people have called UFOs. He mentioned that the government is protecting the American people from that detail for some purpose which is very disturbing.
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  1. That would be a beautiful site. Too bad I wasn't outside to see it. I live under the Phoenix Lights and wasn't out that night either. Man, I have to start going outside at night.

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