Strange Blue Fireball In South American Skies
The people of Columbia and Venezuela were in for an early Christmas treat as a mysterious blue fireball raced across the South American sky.
It is said to be the third strange blue fireball to flying across the skies.
The strange blue fireball was spotted by thousands of onlookers on December 16th.
The event only last for about 30 seconds, with many eye witnesses recording it on their mobile phones. News has quickly spread around the globe about the mysterious blue unidentified flying object.
Luis Nunes, director of Halley Group of Astronomy and Aerospace Science at the University of Santander, concludes that the strange object must be a large meteor.
It is the third mysterious object to pass through the skies of Bucaramanaga, Columbia.
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Earlier this month a mysterious blue UFO formation was spotted in the skies of Arizona, U.S.A.
It shot up into the clouds and struck out lightning to the ground.
This has really sparked talks of a UFO.
Scott Warning, an alien enthusiast wrote: “Arizona is a famous hotspot for UFOs and Alien bases, so its nice to get this substantial evidence of their existence in that area”.
He believes it is a clear sign of a UFO taking off and leaving Earths atmosphere.
We don’t know if this is proof of life on other planets. All we know is that this blue formation is not ordinary. It is not like any lightning, or weather condition that we are likely to see on Earth. However, freaks of nature are bound to happen every now and again.
So, what do you make of all this?
Are these both just acts of nature, or are they signs of extraterrestrial life?
Leave a comment below, we’d love to know what you think.