Bama booms detected on a seismograph in Cleburne County… https://t.co/QRhl5CdpYm— James Spann (@spann) November 14, 2017
NASA scientists in Huntsville, Alabama, said that the origin of a mysterious boom that rocked central Alabama earlier Tuesday “remains unclear,” but have already ruled out a fireball sonic boom
Loud boom recorded by the U.S. Geological Survey’s Lakeview Retreat near Centreville, Ala.. The sound graph shows a loud boom heard over Alabama at about 1:39 p.m. CST. The cause of the boom is still unknown.
This is what officials know so far:
1. Seismic data from the U.S. Geological Survey’s Lakeview Retreat near Centreville, Alabama, show a fairly loud boom occurring on or before 13:39 CST.
2. The Elginfield Infrasound Array in southern Ontario 965 km (600 miles) from North Alabama “picked up a matching infrasound signal beginning at 14:02 and lasting around 10 minutes.” NASA said the signal “could have been generated by a bolide, larger supersonic aircraft or a ground explosion.”
3. Eyewitnesses reported a vapor trail, and NASA said that points to a meteor or aircraft.
The mystery booms are increasing again across the US. Two days in a row, Nov. 1st and Nov. 2nd, loud and still unexplained booms have rattled homes on both sides of the USA: New Jersey and California.
Residents in the Bridgewater and Branchburg area are reporting what sounded like a loud explosion around 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday night.
Some reported seeing a bright flash in the sky prior to the boom and which was caught by a home video:
Some reported their homes shaking and rumbling. Bridgewater Police reported investigating the incident with no findings.
The San Diego County Police Department has “no idea” what could have caused the loud booms and shakings, but they were heard and felt in San Diego and from Alpine to El Cajon, Carmel Valley, National City, Eastlake and as far south as Tijuana in Mexico.
The USGS didn’t report any earthquakes in the area, but EMSC did. Many feeling the boom described it as an earthquake.
Russia has been hit by a wave of reports of a giant UFO in the sky last night with spectacular pictures of an enormous glowing ball illuminating northern Siberia.