I visited Upper Antelope Canyon in July during my residency at the Petrified Forest National Park. While shooting the night sky from the entrance of Upper Antelope Canyon, we witnessed the passage of a group of huge fireballs across the sky. It was quite a shocking moment, and I first thought it might be either the explosion of a flying object or a big meteor broken up into small pieces when it was entering the atmosphere. When I am back to hotel, I search online and found out that they are actually the space junk from a Chinese rocket, Chang Zheng 7. Although it is just a streak under the wide angle lens with slow shutter speed, but with naked eyes, it was absolutely spectacular!
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