We recently wrote about mysterious orange orbs that were spotted in the UK. Back in the 1940s, a long series of green fireball events took place over the western United States, accompanied by some of history’s most significant UFO sightings, including the Kenneth Arnold Sighting that gave the world the phrase “flying saucer,” and the Roswell incident. There have been a series of green fireball events recently, the most recent one in Singapore.

The bright light took only a few seconds to streak across the sky above the city. On the Channel NewsAsia web site, Valarie Tan quotes one of the observers, Ismail Yussof, as saying, “I thought it was a comet. I was stunned, staring at the sky. A lot of people were watching it.”
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Fireballs and strange lights in the sky have been sighted from California to Pennsylvania to Maine?and also in Canada, Germany and the Netherlands. Can some of these be comets, meteors or asteroids?and what’s the difference between them? Asteroids and meteors are space rocks, while a comet is mostly made of ice.
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