(Callum Hoare) NASA has sent a submarine to hunt for the remains of an object that fell from space, which caused a bright flash and boom as it entered the Earth’s atmosphere.
by Callum Hoare, July 6th, 2018
Brittany Bryson, who was sitting in a fast-food drive-through when it happened revealed a bright flash filled the sky, followed by a boom so loud it rattled her car.
“We thought it was a spaceship,” she admitted.
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Now, four months later, Ocean Exploration Trust is working with NOAA and NASA to locate the object.On July 1, the Exploration Vessel Nautilus investigated about 0.4 square miles of water in the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary.
And a day later, scientists deployed two remote-controlled submarines – the Hercules and the Argus – to investigate the seafloor.
It is the first time scientists have intentionally attempted to recover a meteorite from the ocean.
Since the operation began, the search uncovered two tiny fragments of molten rock to be analysed.And now conspiracists are claiming NASA are trying to cover up something much larger.
Tyler Glockner, who runs YouTube channel secureteam10, believes too many people saw the phenomenon for the government to ignore it.
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