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Why is the night sky red?

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posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 02:53 AM
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This could be completely irrelevent so excuse my ignorance if so, but the sky to the south of my place of residence is glowing an odd orange right now at 12:20 EST. Never saw that before, I mean I've seen lights from bigger towns light up the sky but this looks like something from fire or something. I don't know..



^^^^This is a post from the meteorite thread. See I knew I wasn't crazy! The sky is definitely light pale red




posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 02:54 AM
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Just noticed also, that post was made before my thread, so some people must be seein this. I am on Lake Ontario



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 03:04 AM
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Im in the San Francisco area and Ive been seeing red night skies for the past year or so. Im a skywatcher, too. After lots of research with few clear results, I have my own theory (at least, for my location). I think its mostly geomagnetic. -solar, combined with faultline energy being released, creating red aurora. Aurora can form over/from active faultlines, and I live ON one, in a dimly lit (@nite) city. Its pretty, & freaky.



posted on Feb, 21 2011 @ 12:22 AM
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I have also been noticing our skies occassionally "glowing red" well after dark, happening most often during snowfall. The first time I saw it was just over a year ago.

In fact, it's happening right now (even though sunset was over 4 hours ago). I stumbled upon this site looking for answers. I live in a tiny, remote island community of less than 10 thousand... so I'm pretty confident it's not "city lights".

The aurora lights is an interesting theory, and one I hadn't thought of before.



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