posted on Mar, 26 2013 @ 09:21 PM
Villager Peng Xianyong of Yongjin says he saw a light speed past the skies. The ground was illuminated for a split second. The thing was mostly green
with a bit of red, and had a long tail.
The next day, he woke up to find four yellow objects in his frontyard. He tried poking them with a stick. They were as soft as steamed goose eggs, but
did not spread out.
After receiving calls about a UFO sighting, local official Zhang Defu rushed to the scene. Zhang tried to remove the outermost layer, revealing brown
stuff inside. The brown stuff turned yellow in a few seconds. He tried to turn some of the brown stuff out from the inside, producing the same
results. Zhang says it smelt like the 'freshness' of plants.
A meteorite fanatic surnamed Liu says it's not a meteorite because meteorites would go through very high temperatures caused by friction when it
passes through the atmosphere. He suggests sending the samples to the agricultural department to see if they are some sort of fungi.
People in surrounding areas also saw a fireball hitting a paddy field. They tried looking for a meteor, but in vain.
On the 24th, another celestial object was sighted, again with a tail. A Mr Chen snapped a picture and told his wife to come see it too. This thing
went from east to west and stayed in the sky for ten minutes.
Can the bright scientific minds of ATS identify these strange objects?
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edit on 26/3/13 by diqiushiwojia because: (no reason given)