A British Columbia woman in Canada woke up and started finding a meteor that passed through her roof and ended up in her bed.
Such stories are about dinner or on a date and they don’t happen very often. A meteor, not to be confused with an asteroid or comet (there we wouldn’t be really good if it fell on our heads), so wake up Ruth Hamilton in the middle of the night and in a violent manner. explain to CBC She was asleep on the evening of October 3 when her dog’s barking woke her up.
“Suddenly there was a huge explosion and debris on my face! I pushed one of the two pillows I was sleeping on and the meteor was between them.‘object It is charcoal gray, about the size of a watermelon, and weighs about 1.3 kg, which is not a small pebble!
A Canadian woman woke up when a meteor hit her roof and landed on the pillow next to her! Ruth Hamilton heard an explosion, thought a tree had fallen, flipped over and saw a 1.3kg boulder next to her!
Statisticians put the odds of this at 1/100 billion! pic.twitter.com/XBIXIBgZVU
– James Preston (@JamesPrestonZA) October 15 2021
That night, cameras filmed a fireball descending toward the area, and Canadian researchers are asking residents to check their security cameras as well as their homes, gardens and garage for any other meteors.
“We highly anticipate dozens of other meteorites and encourage residents to be alertAlan Hildebrand, a planetary scientist at the University of Calgary, said, In a press release.
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