Indonesian photographer Gunarto Song has spread a truly incredible image. The green-blue meteor is flowing over the summit of Mount Merapi, Indonesia’s most active volcano. On May 27, the song captioned the now-viral image on her Instagram, “Did a meteor fall on top of Mount Merapi?”
While it looks like the volcano will create a great evil liar with the ability to shoot laser beams, there is nothing too bad about it. This is probably a meteor. The color of a meteorite depends on its composition, and this is a bright green glow, probably it was rich in magnesium. It may also be possible to work with a meteor shower, but there were actually two meteor showers on the day the image taken.
On 27 May, it was the Aquarius towards the end of their fountain, while the Arietids was at their beginning, so it could be from any one. Both are more before dawn. Picture spread at 11:07 pm local time, this picture is more likely than the previous one. Arietids are one of the most intense meteorological streams with 60 shooting stars per hour, but most of them flow through the sky during the day so we do not see them. Its celebration is not a matter; it is a scene like watching the destruction of its ultimate glory in the atmosphere, captured in the photographs of the incredible series.
A few weeks ago, a meteorite from Santiago de Cuba exploded across the night sky and made a noisy noise as it entered Earth’s atmosphere, residents and eyewitnesses said. According to the Cuban National Center for Seismological Research (CNAIS), the incident turned the sky into a crimson shadow, as the explosion sent shockwaves and lightning across the horizon. In February, most of the meteorite flew across the western Cuban sky during daylight hours, an event that observers also recorded from the Florida Keys and the Cuban Pinar del Rio city of Viñales. The event took place at about 1:16 – 1:17 p.m., creating a leak in astronomy, February.