A meteor hit close to a U.S. Air Force base in Greenland, it was confirmed by NASA but the Air Force has remained silent. According to NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory listed the impact on their website. The impact occurred a little over 26 miles north of Thule Air Base on July 25. The meteor was traveling at 15 miles per second. The meteor exploded with a force of 2.1 kilotons. The explosion was roughly 15% of the strength of the first atomic bomb dropped in World War II.
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