Was A UFO Spotted In Tasmania?

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What if you wake up on a fine morning and find a fireball in the sky? Will it scare you or make you think that aliens are landing?

This is what happened in Tasmania when a person shared a video of a fireball in the sky that was huge; and people were left to wonder as to what they were seeing.

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Check out the video at the end of the article, as it captures moments of the incident.

Find out more about the so-called UFO sighting in Tasmania...

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It Was 6 AM...

On a fine morning, a Tasmanian resident named Lee-Anne Peters woke up and sighted a fireball in the sky. She captured the entire episode in a video, as she knew the world would not believe her!


Her Social Site Status Said…

"There's a pretty big fireball meteorite moving towards the eastern sunrise. I got it on video I'll share soon. SE Tasmania". She posted her video at 6.44 AM.


The Video Has Gone Viral…

The video went viral and it has received over 85,000 views in a short span of time. The video shows what appears to be a big fireball streaking through the sky.


People Refuse To Accept That It Was A Plane…

People refused to believe that it was a plane. A viewer also commented that "It looks like a plane to start with. But it's so dense up close to the wings". But what on earth was it!

Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences in Sydney Had The Answer…

According to the Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences in Sydney, it was explained on how the aircraft took on such a beautiful appearance. They claimed, "If the trails are seen around the time of sunrise or sunset they can take on a wonderful golden colour and if seen off in the distance making them look low near the horizon they can look just like the common misconception of a comet."

So, people who have been confused should have got their answer above. In the meantime, check out the video below...

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Story first published: Friday, March 3, 2017, 10:30 [IST]
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