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Spectacular Phenomena In The Sky. What Is It?

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posted on Dec, 9 2009 @ 03:21 PM
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Originally posted by curioustype

Originally posted by Gromle

Originally posted by Damian-007
I think is you all look at it closely, you'll see it's being projected from the Mountain. Why are the Video's called "Leservideo"? Is that Norway Speak for LaserVideo?

I think this is a Laser Projected Image from the top of a mountain and I rhink a lot of people knew this was about to happen. That's why there are so many video's and Photo's doing the rounds.

Look how quick this "Phenomena" lasts. Is that enough time to grab a camera and get a shot? I don't think so.

So, In conclusion. My opinion is that it's a Laser Projected Image...


Leservideo is norwegian for "reader submittet video".
And it was no laser show, Im sure of that

It happend when everyone was about to head out for work, so many saw it. And us norwegians love gadgets, so most of us have cameras at hand.


I hadn't seen Damian-007s post when I suggested it is a laser show, but I agree strongly.

I hadn't spotted the 'Leser' tag on the video, whatever it means, it doesn't rule out a laser show.

Also, why does what time of day it was rule out a laser show projector as the source? Surely the fact that an operator of such equipment had darkness in which the laser show would be properly visible is the important thing? It still allows for either testing of their rig, simply playing with it because they had the conditions to do so, or an all night or24/7 'rave' dance party/event (which aren't unheard of in Europe - and may have been private/non advertised)?

I suggest someone contacts some people with the laser light show kit and find out whether they could have created a show like this before ruling it out as a theory.


Would a lasershow be visible 7-800km away? And I strongly doubt anyone has a rig that size here. And what was is projectet on? There were no clouds or anything else up there.




posted on Dec, 9 2009 @ 03:22 PM
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Originally posted by yzzyUK

Originally posted by processofelimination
TAKEN FROM EISCAT EXPERIMENT SCHEDULE




TextSchedule Notes Viewer Vn 1.1.1.1 VHF: Boundary 2009 12 08 1800 - 2009 12 09 0200 Scheduled for 0000-0200

Experiment Notes:
We want to study processes taking place within the auroral oval, at the polar cap boundary and even
within the polar cap, like:
- Reconnection (determination of the reconnection electric field)
- Poleward boundary intensification (PBIs), auroral streamers and fast flows
- Drift of F-region polar cap patches across the night-side auroral oval boundary and the effects of that to the boundary.


So EISCAT was experimenting while this was taking place?
Interesting!



*bangs head on desk*

As I posted on page 4 or something... lol


Hahah I see that now. I figure this may have something to do with EISCAT, but they are for some reason locking out a lot their data.

So far its only been a few of us even considering EISCAT.



posted on Dec, 9 2009 @ 03:23 PM
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Also, why does what time of day it was rule out a laser show projector as the source?


hehe not to bring up EISCAT again but they are building ( might even be build not sure) a huge laser called a LIDAR .

It just seems so obvious when you look at this photo no?




posted on Dec, 9 2009 @ 03:23 PM
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I can't imagine it being a missle. It's just tooooo pefect and beautiful - kind of like nature.

According to Russia, they did not launch. It would be easy enough to find out if they did, so why lie.

Some experts have speculated that the phenomenon might have been caused by a Russian rocket launch. However, the Russian embassy insists such claims are completely unfounded.
www.telegraph.co.uk...

I think we will know soon enough what this mysterious gorgeous object is. If we are to have disclosure soon (as we're reading pretty much everywhere), this could be the catalyst to get that started. I say it's about time.

I look every night in the night sky and events like this just make me want to go home and continue my search of the heavenly sky. It's all just amazing even without this type of unbelievable anomaly.



posted on Dec, 9 2009 @ 03:24 PM
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reply to post by Hellmutt
 


Any more information on the type of rocket? Does the RSM-56 Bulava use traditional propulsion systems?



posted on Dec, 9 2009 @ 03:24 PM
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Originally posted by processofelimination

Originally posted by yzzyUK

Originally posted by processofelimination
TAKEN FROM EISCAT EXPERIMENT SCHEDULE




TextSchedule Notes Viewer Vn 1.1.1.1 VHF: Boundary 2009 12 08 1800 - 2009 12 09 0200 Scheduled for 0000-0200

Experiment Notes:
We want to study processes taking place within the auroral oval, at the polar cap boundary and even
within the polar cap, like:
- Reconnection (determination of the reconnection electric field)
- Poleward boundary intensification (PBIs), auroral streamers and fast flows
- Drift of F-region polar cap patches across the night-side auroral oval boundary and the effects of that to the boundary.


So EISCAT was experimenting while this was taking place?
Interesting!



*bangs head on desk*

As I posted on page 4 or something... lol


Hahah I see that now. I figure this may have something to do with EISCAT, but they are for some reason locking out a lot their data.

So far its only been a few of us even considering EISCAT.


Keep digging and look for links that 'look' like they mean nothing on that site...
click them



posted on Dec, 9 2009 @ 03:24 PM
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Ok, read about 20 pages of this thread before I got a good 3D rendering my head. Here is my guess as to what happened...

A rocket was launched behind the mountain. There is an orange exhaust plume indicating that. At a certain point either it burns out of it's original booster fuel or it drops a stage and the blue piece starts.

The blue piece has a spiral to it as well, but it is far from pristine. Finally, the unit drops that stage and moves into the upper atmosphere. At this point from the vantage point of the cameras it is directly moving away. While it moves away it is spinning on it's central axis and blowing exhaust from one side. This creates the circular effect.

The spiral comes about because the exhaust is constantly moving away from the unit. So unit is moving away from viewer creating a spiral exhaust plume that is constantly expanding while also being replenished.

Seen on the side, this would likely look like a spiraling conical shape. The "black hole" effect at the end happens when the fuel (or whatever was being exhausted) is turned off or run out.

The exhaust plume is still expanding, but is no longer being replenished. It would look like the spiral was swallowed up by a black hole or shock wave event, but in reality it was just expanding and not being replenished.

There is a flaw in my explaination, though. I cannot explain the blue circle that surrounds the "black hole". It looks like a bow shock front.



posted on Dec, 9 2009 @ 03:25 PM
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well, now it is news. Just came through on SpaceWeather...wonder when everyone else is going to pick it up,
from spaceweather .com:

This morning in arctic Norway, onlookers were stunned when a gigantic luminous spiral formed in the northern sky. Veteran observers accustomed to the appearance of Northern Lights say they have never seen anything like it. It was neither a meteor nor any known form of atmospheric optics. Rumors that the spiral was caused by the botched launch of a Russian rocket have not yet been confirmed. Visit spaceweather.com... for images and eyewitness reports of this mysterious apparition.

Look like the connection with EISCAT is already all over the net too.
wonder what the heck they were trying to do.


[edit on 9-12-2009 by justine093]



posted on Dec, 9 2009 @ 03:25 PM
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I think you may be on to something.

I was so curious, I called my grandpa over to have him take a look at the pictures.

He worked Black Ops projects for the aerospace industry for over 40 years, and he just smiled when he saw the first pic the OP provided. He couldnt be sure, but one of the last projects he worked on,( which never got off the ground during his day), was something eerily similar. He said it was a dish type of weapon that they wanted to mount on ships which would send out some type of an electrical charge, basically disassembling any object on a molecular level. Its first purpose was to destroy an object without leaving a trace (wreckage). The second purpose, and their eventual goal was to be able to reassemble an object at a different location. Dont ask me how. I dont understand any of it. He just gave it to me in laymans terms. But can you imagine the possibilities of this type of device, if they truly were able to actually build a prototype?


He said the way the spirals appeared from a blue streak, then the way it imploded on itself, was how the scientists explained this device would look. But it truly could be anything, who knows? Even a hologram just to mess with people...

[edit on 9-12-2009 by WhiteDevil013]



posted on Dec, 9 2009 @ 03:26 PM
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reply to post by Gromle
 


Just warming up the Oven now, Just in case..


second line



posted on Dec, 9 2009 @ 03:26 PM
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Originally posted by yzzyUK

Originally posted by processofelimination

Originally posted by yzzyUK

Originally posted by processofelimination
TAKEN FROM EISCAT EXPERIMENT SCHEDULE




TextSchedule Notes Viewer Vn 1.1.1.1 VHF: Boundary 2009 12 08 1800 - 2009 12 09 0200 Scheduled for 0000-0200

Experiment Notes:
We want to study processes taking place within the auroral oval, at the polar cap boundary and even
within the polar cap, like:
- Reconnection (determination of the reconnection electric field)
- Poleward boundary intensification (PBIs), auroral streamers and fast flows
- Drift of F-region polar cap patches across the night-side auroral oval boundary and the effects of that to the boundary.


So EISCAT was experimenting while this was taking place?
Interesting!



*bangs head on desk*

As I posted on page 4 or something... lol


Hahah I see that now. I figure this may have something to do with EISCAT, but they are for some reason locking out a lot their data.

So far its only been a few of us even considering EISCAT.


Keep digging and look for links that 'look' like they mean nothing on that site...
click them


I am, in fact for some reason on a few reports they have UNiX addresses perscribed in them - such as:

runexp /kst/exp/tau1/tau1 08:00 ei/ip3
runexp /kst/exp/folke/folke 08:00 ip3


Those names..



posted on Dec, 9 2009 @ 03:28 PM
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reply to post by Hack28
 


You're welcome. Light manipulation is something I'm always inclined to discuss


reply to post by CASH69
 


Thank you


reply to post by cavscout11cav
 


That was in response to stanlee's statement about seeing stuff similar to this in California. So we're simply agreeing dude, I have not see anything like the Norway lights in this area for whatever reason but especially in relation to missile tests



posted on Dec, 9 2009 @ 03:30 PM
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Awww man, I thought we got it narrowed down to just a rocket and EISCAT. Now we have a material destructor, reconstructor theory. Dang lol

I'm not making fun of you by the way. I just have been on here researching all day and now something new to look up.



posted on Dec, 9 2009 @ 03:32 PM
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Originally posted by processofelimination

Originally posted by yzzyUK

Originally posted by processofelimination

Originally posted by yzzyUK

Originally posted by processofelimination
TAKEN FROM EISCAT EXPERIMENT SCHEDULE




TextSchedule Notes Viewer Vn 1.1.1.1 VHF: Boundary 2009 12 08 1800 - 2009 12 09 0200 Scheduled for 0000-0200

Experiment Notes:
We want to study processes taking place within the auroral oval, at the polar cap boundary and even
within the polar cap, like:
- Reconnection (determination of the reconnection electric field)
- Poleward boundary intensification (PBIs), auroral streamers and fast flows
- Drift of F-region polar cap patches across the night-side auroral oval boundary and the effects of that to the boundary.


So EISCAT was experimenting while this was taking place?
Interesting!



*bangs head on desk*

As I posted on page 4 or something... lol


Hahah I see that now. I figure this may have something to do with EISCAT, but they are for some reason locking out a lot their data.

So far its only been a few of us even considering EISCAT.


Keep digging and look for links that 'look' like they mean nothing on that site...
click them


I am, in fact for some reason on a few reports they have UNiX addresses perscribed in them - such as:

runexp /kst/exp/tau1/tau1 08:00 ei/ip3
runexp /kst/exp/folke/folke 08:00 ip3


Those names..





posted on Dec, 9 2009 @ 03:33 PM
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reply to post by Shakesbeer
 


I guess I should of stopped for a minute and fully understood what you were saying. God bless those knee jerk reactions lol



posted on Dec, 9 2009 @ 03:35 PM
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The orientation of the spiral would depend on the orientation of the booster and where the effluent would be coming from. No way of knowing that.

The video shows the spiral formed in the span of seconds at most. The booster was rotating very rapidly. While it would begin to fall at some point there would be a certain amount of "hang time" before it picked up much downward velocity.

Missile trajectories are seldom vertical.




[edit on 12/9/2009 by Phage]



posted on Dec, 9 2009 @ 03:36 PM
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"The Norwegian IPY-ICESTAR program is part of the IPY ID63: "Heliosphere Impact on Geospace"

PY-ICESTAR Main objectives


An auroral brightening (substorm) seen simultaneously in South and North
1. How various constituents of the magnetosphere-ionosphere system respond to geomagnetic disturbances under different heliospheric conditions. This will be achieved by studying:
-Interhemispherical studies from space and ground.
-Middle atmosphere chemistry changes induced by energetic particle precipitation



posted on Dec, 9 2009 @ 03:36 PM
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Its definitely rocket based.

I've witnessed this effect myself at sunrise. If it was some special type of rocket I dont know, but look at these photos:

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Ok now some vapor trails:
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posted on Dec, 9 2009 @ 03:40 PM
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Its going to take a ship of unknown color and shape and of ALPHA intelligence build. Later ATS BEACON



posted on Dec, 9 2009 @ 03:41 PM
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The Blue Beam Project would have all the technology needed to do this, and if it is a hologram you don't need clouds to project on to. its just a thought, but when you read the entire blue beam plan it sort of makes sense, to me anyway.




[edit on 12,9,2009 by neo5842]

[edit on 12,9,2009 by neo5842]



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