A streak of blue light that flashed across the sky on Monday surprised western Australia’s night owls and befuddled the astronomy community. 

The blue fireball was seen at 1 a.m. local time on June 15, according to ABC News Pilbara. “It was really a spectacular observation,” Glen Nagle, the education and outreach manager at the CSIRO-NASA tracking station in Canberra, told the news agency. Sightings were reported across the remote Pilbara region as well as in the country’s Northern Territory and in South Australia, Nagle said. 





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