Wednesday, January 02, 2013

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Credit: Elijah Prychodzko - Cody Stark / YouTube

Alleged Explosion in Space Recorded By Elijah Prychodzko (Sacramento) (Edt 400 px) 12-20-12

Man Captures Video Of Strange Explosion In The Sky


     SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A Sacramento man scanning the night sky caught a sudden burst of light through his telescope. He recorded that strange sight with his smart phone. . . .

. . . The video was shot with an iPhone through the eyepiece of a telescope, so CBS13 had to enlarge it to get a better look. It was shot on Dec. 20 around 5 p.m. in Sacramento by viewer Elijah Prychodzko.

“I saw something that I’d never seen before. I saw another object orbiting this — whatever it was up there, and I’ve never seen anything like that before,” said Prychodzko.

He thought it was a little strange so he put his phone down, called his nephew, and then returned to shoot a second video clip.

“Oh my God, it just blew up. Something blew up,” he’s heard saying on the video.

“As soon as I put the camera to the telescope it just blew up and I didn’t know what to say,” he told CBS13. . . .


  1. I have seen several of those in the last years. Once, at 23.45, me and my girlfriend were leaving a restaurant and happened to look up to see this huge ball blowing up in a flash that lighted everthing for a second like a camera flash. In another occasion, I saw the object flying low and slowly on the horizon, then breaking in two and disappearing...
    ... they are called "bolids" and are huge meteors that, due to their size, burn slowly in the high atmosphere, before blowing up. Or to put it another way: they are HUGE shooting stars.

  2. Hi Alice,

    Thanks for taking time to make comment.

    If there were only two choices for a summary hypothesis, i.e., between an alleged explosion in space, or one in our atmosphere, I would take the latter; however, if this was a bolide, then we would see movement (of the explosion) in the video in real time (evidence).

    If it were in space, then I would argue that what we liken to an explosion, or an explosion as we know it, certainly would not appear the same in the vacuum of space. Moreover, an explosion that got to the size of a planet would have taken time and not be "instantaneous."

    Of course we're not stuck with two options, another is a "hoax."


    P.S. I'm also certain that if we were missing a planet, someone would have mentioned it by now. :>)


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