Originally posted by PsykoOps
I'm waiting forward for your evidence. Or any reasonable explanation how someone would measure the distance based on video.
In the video it looks like it is much closer than 41,000 feet.
So 41,000 feet to meters 12496.8 m
12496.8 M / 345 m/s = 36 Seconds.
By that. The sound that is released is said to be a sonic boom.
Which was caused by the meteor flying by at extremely high speeds (33,000mph)
Much like a jet moving faster than the speed of sound and breaking the barrier.
Ever sat there and watched lightning strike and waited for the thunder and counted the second in between so you can figure out how far away you are
from the storm?
The same concept.
But they are saying this is 13 miles from the surface. Which would mean it would be higher than normal clouds in the air. And that type of camera
wouldn't capture details like it did with normal clouds in the stratosphere.
Which is 11 miles from the surface.