UPDATE: watch a video of the South Texas fireball.
With all the meteor madness of late, it's really hard to accept the explanation that the fireballs seen for miles in Texas and Louisiana were the debris of a Chinese rocket re-entering the atmosphere. Why? Because that would mean - according to NASA - that the closest asteroid flyby in centuries (2012 DA14), the catastrophic (but fortunately not deadly) meteor crash in Russia, and all the other huge meteors being seeing around the globe of late, including this one, are all completely unrelated!
Not to mention, the Houston area - which had one of the best views of this fireball, recently experienced a wave of UFOs, seeming to eerily anticipate this event.
You might begin to wonder if there's something going on over on the sun or out there in space, something that's causing everything from rockets to asteroids to plunge into us. What do you think the recent "UFO" in Texas was? Did you see it? If so, send us your take on it, and if you've got photos or videos to share, bring them on!
Below is a video made about the Texas/Louisiana "meteor," and it's a nice recap:
This video prompted a bunch of comments, theorizing about what this fireball could be, from drones to Planet X:
Yeah if they was over my home I damn sure would! My boyfriend saw them, he had witness to it, he's not into the YouTube stuff, at all! But a very smart man, I shown him what I saw three weeks ago, flying really low over highway 19 in grapeland TX, Houston county, it looked big, I thought a jet was crashing, then the direction the drone plane went DPS was sitting, on a FM road, so does the state of TX have drones? Flying over us? -Twisterbar