April 24, 2021: A slow moving fireball grazed the earth’s atmosphere on April 16, visible for nearly one minute as it traveled at an impressive 61,000 km per hour (37,903mph). We had had more meteorites thus far than all of last year. This is more proof that the galactic sheet is approaching.
Translation of the Japanese using Google translate:
Many meteors and fireballs of the Lyrids meteor shower flowed last night. What flowed from midnight on April 22nd to early dawn on April 23rd, 2021 This is a view of the meteor shower of the Lyrids meteor shower with a wide-angle camera facing the southern sky from Fuji. Meteors that flowed overnight are flowing all at once. Next, the Eta Aquariids meteor shower will peak before dawn on May 6.
昨夜はこと座流星群の流星や火球が多く流れました。2021年4月22日深夜～23日未明にかけて流れたこと座流星群の流星を、富士から南の空に向けた広角カメラで見た様子です。一晩で流れた流星を、一度に流しています。次はみずがめ座エータ流星群が、5月6日未明にピークを迎えます。 pic.twitter.com/2cFlqHTxxr— 藤井大地 (@dfuji1) April 22, 2021
Observing space from the moon
No problem, soon we will be able to observe space from our “Arecibo -like” telescope replacement on the moon surface. I wonder how we will maintain it? (lol). I suppose we have no “weather” to interfere. Apparently a drone was inspecting a cable failure and then actually recorded the 900 ton failure of the receiver on December 1st 2020.
I thought it was down to James Bond or perhaps aliens….turns out it was just wear and tear.