And it's not a bird, or a plane or meteors. This video — which caused confusion on Twitter — actually shows a bunch of space junk flying around. The National Weather Service in Portland says it got a lot of calls about the mysterious bright lights in the sky over Seattle. Turns out, it was debris from a SpaceX rocket that launched earlier this month re-entering the atmosphere.
Mysterious West Coast Lights Actually Space Debris
The National Weather Service in Portland says it got a lot of calls about the mysterious bright lights in the sky over Seattle.
NASA's first asteroid samples land on Earth after spacecraft release
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NASA Chapea crew adjusting to mock Mars habitat
A four-person NASA crew entered a 1,700 square-foot, 3-D simulated Mars habitat in June for a year-long mission.
Why now is the time to prepare for upcoming solar eclipses
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Tentative deal reached to end the Hollywood writers strike
The three-year contract agreement must still be approved by the Writers Guild of America board and members before the strike officially ends.
Hawaii's Lahaina residents to return to wildfire-devastated properties
During the wildfire, residents had to hastily evacuate to seek refuge, leaving absolutely everything behind.
FBI probes Baton Rouge police for torture allegations in 'Brave Cave'
The Baton Rouge Police Department is now facing a second federal lawsuit over alleged abuse in a warehouse building known as the “Brave Cave."