What This CNN Article Reveals…?

Recently I came across a CNN article that seems too interesting for ufologist and paranormal researcher.

Rocket launch prompts calls of strange lights
A series of spooky lights above parts of the northeastern U.S., Saturday sparked a flurry of phone calls to authoritie7 and telit news stations from Newjersy to massachussatts heard from dozens of callers who reported that the lights appeared as a come shaped shining down from the sky. However, the lights were the result of an experimental rocket launch by NASA from the Agency Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia, according to spokesmen.
Keith Koehler said the Black Brant XII suborbital Sounding pockets as launched to study the Earth highest clouds. The light came from an artificial noctilucent cloud formed by exhaust particles of the rocket’s fourth stage about 123miles high Natural noctilucent clouds also, called solar mesopheric clouds are found in upper atmosphere as spectacular display says that are most easily seen just after sunset. Normally noctilucent clouds are not visible to naked eye until illuminated by sunlight below horizon. NASA STATEMENT said that data provided will provide insight into the the formation, evolution and properties of noctilucent cloud.”

I think it would be soon taken by ufologists and paranormal research from here http://www.cnn.com/2009/US/09/20/strange.lights/index.html?eref=igoogle_cnn


About bruceleeeowe
An engineering student and independent researcher. I'm researching and studying quantum physics(field theories). Also searching for alien life.

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