November 29 According to a Japanese media NHK report, at 1:34 a.m. local time on the 29th, a meteor fell in many areas of western Japan.
Live video shows a huge fireball falling from the sky, suddenly sending out a strong light to illuminate the sky, and then disappearing.
This scene was witnessed by people in many places and triggered heated discussion.
According to the report, NHK’s cameras set in Mie and Aichi Prefectures captured a scene of the incident:
the fireball appeared from the southern sky. After falling for a few seconds
it suddenly issued a strong light to illuminate the night sky and disappeared.
Many people also witnessed and filmed the scene at that time.
An employee of NHK in Ehime Prefecture said that he was in the room and saw glowing fireballs through the curtains.
In July this year, there were huge meteorites landings in Kanto, Japan, accompanied by strong light.
More than ten days later, fragments of the meteorite were found in Chiba City.
Japanese night sky turns into day (NHK)