The truth is out there
The massive crater discovered in Nicaragua over the weekend may not have been caused by a meteorite after all, according to NASA.
Though initial reports claimed a chunk of the asteroid 2014 RC caused the dent, the space rock didn't pass Earth until 13 hours after the impact, NASA said in a statement. Moreover, there have as yet been no eye witness reports of a fireball blazing across the sky, nor any evidence of debris "typically associated with a meteor of the size required to produce such a crater."
Still, NASA added that a meteorite "cannot be ruled out with absolute certainty," as the cause of the crater.
Paging Mulder and Scully.