In the prefectures of Aichi and Mie, the car recorded surveillance cameras. The frame shows a bright flash and a luminous ball in the sky, leaving a fiery tail.
The falling body flew to Earth for a few seconds, and then flared up and disappeared.
According to Takeshi Inoue, who runs the Akashi Planetarium in Hyogo Prefecture, such cars can rarely be seen. We are talking about bodies brighter than Venus. Inoue noted that the brightness of this could be compared with the moon on a full moon.
Residents of prefectures in the West of Japan, who published videos with a car on social networks, noted a loud buzz that accompanied the fall.
Photo: from open sources