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****Raw Video: San Bruno Surveillance Cameras Capture meteor strike followed by fireball detonation****
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 696775:MV8xMTg5NjE0XzE5MzA0ODE4Xzc3NDhGMDFF] [quote:Dr. G 696775] Look at the glare that goes across the camera around 6-7 seconds in before the asphalt and chunks come up. I see the vertical line you are refering too. I guess I attributed it to a reflection of light off of the passing cars. I would agree with you if ALL the cars had this effect, but they DONT. This only happens ONCE and that is directly before the disturbance of the soil and THEN the resulting blast. Almost had me convinced until I studied the first 10 seconds intensely. AT 08:00 seconds, the driver of the parked car in the foreground gets out of his car. In doing so, he opens the driver side door which, is facing what should be to the south. The sun is off to his West. Given that scenario, and this is easily confirmed by the shadow patterns, when the driver opened his door, the sun to the West reflected off of the parked car's door or window bouncing light into the camera lens causing the flare. Watch the motion of his door opening and the line/glare which is believed to be the meteorite. The door movement and the glare movement are in perfect time as well as in the same direction. **DEBUNKED** [/quote] Upon further review, something does still seem odd about the actual explosion. The upward force of rocks prior to the blast do have a very similar look to that of a primary explosion which cast debris up and out, THEN the secondary explosion of gas. I suppose analyzing other gas line ruptures would help in this instance. Anyone have good solid footage of that? [/quote]
At the 10 second mark of video a hail of space rocks located to the far left at the middle of the screen flurryb down then an explosion....
No wonder witnesses heard a loud airborne whoosh.
Don't believe me check it out...
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