An artificial car, possibly a missile, flew over Spanish airspace yesterday

An artificial fireball, possibly a ballistic missile, flew over the east of the peninsula last night until it was lost in the sea south of the Valencian Community, as reported this Saturday by the Fireball and Meteorite Research Network (SPMN) of the Institute of Space Sciences of the CSIC.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
29 March 2024 Friday 16:23
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An artificial car, possibly a missile, flew over Spanish airspace yesterday

An artificial fireball, possibly a ballistic missile, flew over the east of the peninsula last night until it was lost in the sea south of the Valencian Community, as reported this Saturday by the Fireball and Meteorite Research Network (SPMN) of the Institute of Space Sciences of the CSIC. .

The car, which has been named by the aforementioned institute as SPMN290324ART, flew over Spanish space at 11:59 p.m. and was recorded and photographed by numerous astrology fans.

According to the Research Network, the car, coming from France, flew over Girona and Barcelona to enter the Balearic Sea and end its journey south of the Valencian Community.

The Institute of Space Sciences has reported on social networks that it is studying the images of this car to find out its origin and that, in principle, they are opting "for a ballistic missile." Something "worrying", says this body dependent on the CSIC.