Ok I'm back and hopefully adding something useful to this thread again
- Two independent persons are having a closer look at the images in the coming weeks, including the following group of people www.ipaco.fr...
Im interested in their findings and their possible verdicts on what we saw there. Future reports will be shared here.
- I don't know if I stated it before, but 3 independent organizations looked into their recordings and NONE of them found any electrical discharge
(lightning strike) hours before and after our sighting, with a radius of about 500km/250Nm of the lights.
(Departments of Earth and Space Sciences, and Physics, University of Washington - The United States Precision Lightning Network and the World Wide
Making the lightflash we saw earlier even stranger, since it was very likely not a lightning strike.
- I have received photos from 3 different pilots that took shots from groups of red lights over the Pacific Ocean in the last two months.
Though the lights look much less bright and a lot smaller then what we saw, the size of the total cluster of lights is about the same of our sighting.
This could be a strong indication that its actually a fishing fleet, although I cannot explain the red color they are using, since this is totally
useless for attracting fish. Any ideas about these new shots are welcome.
- On September 19th, I flew the same route between Hongkong and Alaska. Before the flight we read the NOTAMs (Notice To AirMen) that includes
information about the route, airspace, beacons etc etc.
One of the notams was the closure of a large part of airspace South of Kamchatka for Russian Navy rocket tests. I have marked the closed area on the
navigation chart and uploaded it to my own gallery/blog on pbase.
Here the links to the images since I cannot add any images to my posts here, for some reason.
The notam text itself;
And the chart with the marked area and the route we flew on August 24th (red line);
This 'could' be an indication that there is actually a lot of military activity going on these days on those waters.
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