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The outbreak that scared the residents of Yakutia will be studied by scientists

A bright flash in the sky over the Vilyui district of Yakutia, which generated a lot of rumors among the locals, most likely had a natural origin, says the scientific secretary of the Institute of Cosmophysical Research and Aeronomy. Yu.G.Shafer SB RAS Georgiy Makarov. To give an accurate answer, the institute experts will go to the site of the object fall.

Scientists with the help of a survey of the local population will try to determine the trajectory of movement of what has exploded and, possibly, to find some of its fragments. The place of the fall of the fragments is located approximately in 400 km from Yakutsk.

A bright flash in the sky was recorded on March 5 at 7:30 local time by video surveillance cameras of one of the schools. The phenomenon has not yet been explained - the Federal Space Agency and the Aerospace Defense Forces did not warn the population about any missile launches. There were also no spacecraft launches from the Baikonur and Plesetsk cosmodromes.

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