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A huge flash in the night sky over Russia is raising suspicions after the authorities refuse to comment on its cause.
The eruption lit up the sky near Yekaterinburg for 11 seconds in what appeared to a major aerial explosion.
The strange light was not accompanied by any sound, according to eyewitnesses, although Russian authorities are refusing to comment on the event.
An abnormal atmospheric phenomenon was visible throughout the relevantly low latitude of central Russia, including Moscow and St. Petersburg on Tuesday. A powerful geomagnetic storm promises to continue for a second day, also including an aurora.
Forecasters said early Tuesday, before sunrise, auroras were already seen in the northern tier of the U.S., such as Washington state, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Space Weather branch chief Brent Gordon said if the storm effects continued through Tuesday evening, there was a "very strong possibility" that the northern lights could be seen as far south as the middle United States, even Tennessee and Oklahoma. That also means much of Russia and northern Europe, as far south as central Germany and Poland, had the potential for the sky show.
Silent to those way out, especially in a car. But to the region where the meteorite penatrated the atmosphere, maybe something would of been heard
originally posted by: Martin75
a reply to: kuraijanai2013
Here is the video from the OP