If you were in Sweden or Norway a couple of nights ago, you saw more than just the beautiful Northern Lights - but an unexpected and extreme "natural" fireworks show! And you may have even thought aliens were invading! According to Forbes and other news outlets, however, NASA and the Andøya Space Center were just doing an experiment. They apparently sent two rockets up into the Northern Lights, releasing a metallic powder or gas intended to measure and "investigate" the atmosphere.
The Auroral Zone Upwelling Rocket Experiment (AZURE), as captured by Chad Blakley's Aurora Web Cam between 12:24 a.m and 1:04 a.m on Saturday, 6 April. www.LightsOverLapland.com https://www.forbes.com/sites/jamiecartereurope/2019/04/08/strange-blue-lights-seen-over-arctic-circle-were-not-aliens-says-nasa/#3961f1b524d1
What do you think of this recent news story? Do you think that aliens really did visit the Lapland, and this is just a convenient cover story? Do you think that this is a reckless experiment for NASA to do (polluting the air, affecting the way the Northern Lights appear, etc.).
As always, share your thoughts on this story and more in the comments, or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
A large meteor or UFO recently turned night into day in Norway. This is the latest in a long line of especially bright UFOs or objects to explode overhead, yet the Germinid Meteor Shower is not yet here. Coudl this meteor and other recent ones actually be a UFO or crashing craft? As always, you be the judge... Check out the video below featured on Russia Today news.
What do you think of all these fireball sightings? Have you seen an especially bright or slow-moving meteor recently?
I can not explain what I saw. I'm sceptic and movie from that evening is still freaking me out... Any explanation?
These lights are similar to "earthquake lights" and ball lightning, a debated but somewhat known scientific "sky" phenomenon, but don't quite fit that bill. They definitely don't resemble air crafts, or Chinese lanterns, or weather balloons. Could they be reflections from a window? A hoax?... or maybe inter-dimensional beings?
Share your ideas in the comments or on the Facebook page!
Now there is apparently a recent video of these mysterious Hassdalen Lights, thanks to Project Hassdalen's webcam. The UFO was detected by UFO YouTuber Streetcap1, after they first noticing flashes of light:
Hessdalen is a very remote area in Norway with a long history of ufo sightings. I noticed slight flashing so started recording. Too frequent for lightning, so maybe fireworks I thought, being the New Year. Then I thought this field normally has sheep in it so cannot be fireworks, scare the livestock etc..
Ball lightning? Earthquake lights? Ionized dust? Spirit orbs? Share your thoughts in the comments or on the Facebook page.
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