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Originally posted by Kali74
ISS maybe, but it seemed to be flashing or pulsating which I don't think happens with the ISS, not anytime that I've seen it anyway. I couldn't tell if it changed direction or not, it seemed to go left from my POV but could have just been the camera movement, so iridium flare maybe. That's the only prosaic explanations I can think of.
I have a feeling it's going to be one of those things that you know perfectly well what it is and just want to call everyone idiots.edit on 27-8-2011 by Kali74 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by JimOberg
Moscow announced a Bulava missile test launch occurred today, at 0320 gmt. Since that looks to be an hour AFTER sunrise in Tromso, that juicy solution just doesn't fit. Still, somebody posting a video the same day did attract my attention. But not even close.
Originally posted by reject
reply to post by TrueBrit
could you please point me to your source that says the hessdalen lights are due to the mineral deposits in the area? I did not know they had found out the reason for this phenomenon.