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Multiple Bright Burning Objects Seen Across SoCal Skies Overnight

Did you witness a mysterious sight that got people across Southern California curious late last night?

Well, several streaking objects lit up the sky overnight around 1:30 a.m. Tuesday.

Users online reported seeing it in Temecula, Orange County, Los Angeles and beyond.

Many did not know what the bright lights were about, so they took to social media to get answers.

Several believed it might have been a meteor or comet, while others thought it could be debris from the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket that took off from Vandenberg Space Force Base around 7:30 p.m. Monday.

The Aerospace Corporation, an independent non-profit corporation that's federally funded, does space research and has information on its website about a Chinese spacecraft that was predicted to re-enter the planet's atmosphere near L.A. around the time the lights were spotted.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory has a breakdown of celestial events happening this month - such as easy-to-spot planets, an eclipse and a comet that is viewable with binoculars - but nothing to answer the mystery.

Eyewitness News reached out to SpaceX, The Aerospace Corporation NASA and JPL regarding the lights but has not heard back. Hopefully, we'll known more soon.

Here is the video of the mysterious lights everyone is talking about in case you missed it.

Source: ABC7

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