Check out all the crazy rocks that hit and passed by Earth on Valentines Day last year.
A bit ago, NASA gave us a heads up that a huge asteroid was going to pass by Earth on the 17th (yesterday), almost exactly a year after the infamous meteor crash in Russia.
A meteor hit Santa Fe today and caused an earthquake. This clearly was a fragment or product of the bigger asteroid NASA said not to worry about, and it really fees like last year all over again - NASA told us about the asteroid that was responsible for the meteor crash in Russia.
All these meteors could be related and the trend is that they're getting bigger and more frequent.
Watch a YouTube video wrapping up the latest story out of Santa Fe:
And read a translated version of a local story, which attempts to rule out Aasteroid 2000 EM26 once again, deja vu....
The explosion caused a fireball this morning after a crash and tremor in several localities of the Belgrano and San Martin department, west center of the province of Santa Fe The object, which could be a fragment of a meteorite or space station broke out at 40 miles high. The sound spread over 300 kilometers.
There is no denying it. The sky really IS falling. We're not dealing with normal space weather here, big changes are afoot in our galaxy right now!