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Tuesday, January 22, 2019, 7:29 am – Sunday afternoon of Super Blood Wolf Moon all gave us a special security, not the camera's bright flash of meteoric influences in the month, just as the window grading reached!
With so many eyes, the so-called night illuminated in the sky, after seeing & # 39; a full month from & # 39; given through the earth & # 39; s damage in a total month's eclipse, the timing could not be better for us that became unusual.
At 11:41 pm ET, just as the mouth came in altogether, when the month was completely embraced by earthly dark circle shadow, reported reporting a small bright flash, just before a moment, near the southeastern & # 39; month.
The top animation was completed in a Griffith Observatory Live Stream video, at just 3 hours, 43 minutes and 11 seconds in & # 39; a broadcast.
Now, if this small block could only be read by a camera, it could become attractive in the instrument, or maybe in & # 39; a video feed, stream at least five videos Both the same thing, from different locations, and there have been a number of reports of judges, as well as see photograph it, independent.
So, who was this flash?
It appeared in several feeds, distant from locations, but was in the right place, it was definitely what & # 39; month. If it was in our minds, but one of the feeds would have taken it, or the distance between the two cameras & # 39; s, the lightning would at least appear in another location in the sky for one of them after the change in perspective.
According to astronomer Wil Gater, based on the images he has seen, came the block to the south of Byrgius Crater at the month, west of Mare Humorum.
The circle contains the probable location of the month's meteorite impact of the Super Blood Wolf month, January 20-21, 2018, via ASU's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera QuickMap browser. Credit: NASA / Arizona State University / Scott Sutherland
There are several landlords and robbers on a ruler surface, but none in this location, and no one can stand to let a light bar, let everyone have one light enough to see from & # 39; earth. There are four artificial satellites in one moon bundle (NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, the twin ARTEMIS game, and Sin's change of 5-T1 test order), but the same goes for them . No one has the ability to send a flash of light back to us. Also, with the month deep in the ombra at that point, there would be no direct sunlight to reach the month for each metallic surface to reach us back (though a reflection is very uncertain enough enough for us to see,.
The most likely explanation? It was a meteorite influence!
This was first suggested on Reddit, as user & # 39; attached & # 39; watch the block while the pike saw and confirm what it saw about the timeanddate.com livestream. After that, astronomers began to look for more images of video bikes and astrophotographers.
Chris Lintott, an astronomer at the University of Oxford, wrote that the object that caused it quickly could only be a few centimeters in, while Jose Maria Madiedo, from the University of Huelva's MIDAS project, it says what is the size of a football.
How can a hard-to-light flash be hard enough to be visible all over the world?
For someone, the darkness that makes it on the surface at this point makes it easy to grab. If the window was not done, the brightness of a month's surface would probably have made it impossible to see. Also, the object may seem small, but it would be present with a lot of energy, by its speed.
Meteoroids that hit the top of the earth are traveling at speeds between 40,000 km / h and 250,000 km / h. For comparison, a typical pit is secured at a speed of ± 1,300 km / h. So, with so much energy, even a stone that could fit in the palm of your hand, can release a huge flash when storing & # 39; a liner surface, if it traveled fast enough.
It is not possible to know exactly how large the object was. The same flash could be made by a large object to hit the longer end of a scale (closer to 40,000 km / h), or a smaller object with a velocity to the faster end.
The impact was also captured by MIDAS camera's operating from Spain.
According to New ScientistHowever, Madiedo says this is not the first meteorological trace to be recorded by MIDAS, but it was the first to be included in the project in the month ended.
What happens next?
It may be possible for NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter to see a new crater on its next pass over the area of influence! We just have to wait and see how we can see it!
Source: Reddit | Griffith Observatory | Timeanddate.com | Jose Maria Madiedo / MIDAS New Scientist
Teaser image control Griffith Observatory.
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