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Corey S. Powell
Something screwy going on with this meteor! Twisty streaks may be due to irregular shape/composition (but nobody's really sure). Photo by .
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Corey S. Powell 17 Dec 17
Replying to @apod
A little context on twisty meteors, via .
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Orion MK 17 Dec 17
We been discussing this last year with Verdict: Vibration in the gears and motors At those speeds it’s impossible to go sideways 500m while traveled 1-2 km
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Bill Ward 17 Dec 17
Couldn't agree more except all of my shots were static, no gears, drives or motors. However, mirror slap is leading the field in explanations! (apart from it possibly being real...)
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🏠Amelia Indoors 🗽 17 Dec 17
Omg... it’s the crack from Doctor Who!!
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Andrew Gallagher 17 Dec 17
Outgassing while rotating?
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Aidan K. 17 Dec 17
My 2nd thought.
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candy paisley 17 Dec 17
remember alien catfish situation? This has tangent toggle. Shan't know how to keep wind water wave particle straight. HeeHaw
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cutter 17 Dec 17
Space snake!
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❄️Blizzard Warning❄️ 17 Dec 17
Maybe was a cigar shaped meteor tumbling end over end?
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Aidan K. 17 Dec 17
Drag would damp it. VERY quickly.
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