Very bright fireball recorded over Sao Paulo, Brazil

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A very bright fireball was recorded streaking across the night sky over the State of Sao Paulo, Brazil at 00:56 UTC (03:56 local time) on July 11, 2018. The event lasted 3 – 4 seconds.

According to astronomer Julio Lobo of the Jean Nicolini Municipal Observatory in Campinas (SP), it was the brightest fireball recorded by the observatory this year so far.

Featured image: Bright fireball over the State of Sao Paulo on July 11, 2018. Credit: Jean Nicolini Municipal Observatory in Campinas, Brazil.

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  1. At Matthew 24:29 the King whom you like to call Jesus said that in the last days the stars will fall from heaven.” Now if we were to take that statement literally then a sun that is even larger then our sun falling to the earth will not just darken the earth as the context of that scripture is only saying but it will surely end all life with the planet itself wouldn’t it? Therefore the stars are not what you was thaght in school, and the Christ new it. yes they truly are the angles or the host of heaven, and most of them are shaped like a ball or sphere like we see at the Target stores. In the bible the stars who were on the side of God even fought for Isreal as we see at Judges 5:20, and when people choose to warship them and not God they will fall right along with the host who have sined as we are now witnessing in this time of the end. See Jeremiah 8:2 and Isaiah 43:13 Isaiah 24:18-21,23/Isaiah 34:1-9-10

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