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Bright pink night sky again! WTF???

 
Twogun30
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Bright pink night sky again! WTF???
It's 9:15 pm in Cabot Arkansas. The sun went down at 5:06 and the moon which is only a half moon tonight producing a 46% luminosity will not rise until 12:25 am. My question is why in hell does it appear to be morning. The pink shade of light is bright enough to drive with no lights down a road with no street lamps. I find it hard to believe it is refraction from the city through particles of dust and water from the lights here in this tiny town. It just doesn't add up. Can anyone verify or at least give me an educated answer. I have a decent education and a military and firefighting background and I don't think I am crazy... Or am I? Any comments will be taken seriously. Thank you and Happy New Year. flick

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Re: Bright pink night sky again! WTF???
I'm in west virginia and noticed the same thing....never seen it so bright in the night sky...looks like sun rise and its 3am.

the only answer i can think of here is that the fresh snow fall is reflecting a lot of light back up into the sky....but that must be some impressive reflections.
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red sky at night sailors delight
red sky in morning sailors take warning



nothing to see here...
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Re: Bright pink night sky again! WTF???
I cannot answer your Q, but I do know, that the reflections and the light from the snowy landscape IS what has been keeping the Nordic ppl SANE during dark winter periods, when we have some sort of "daylight" from 11am to 2 pm. wuhfaint
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Re: Bright pink night sky again! WTF???
Can you take a picture?
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Re: Bright pink night sky again! WTF???
I have noticed this myself, i have my theorys but im a bit timid to share. It will all. Be revealed soon enough. .



Also has anyone else notices how quiet or still the late nights have become?
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Re: Bright pink night sky again! WTF???
It was like that in west Houston a couple of nights ago. This was a pale pink, almost glowed. Very strange.
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Re: Bright pink night sky again! WTF???
It was like that in Melbourne, Australia last night i think it was
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It was like that in Melbourne, Australia last night i think it was
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I am in Melbourne to It was a very weird sunset.
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i take it everyone seeing this is from the south [not accustomed to snow]? and you currently have a blanket of snow on the ground? is it also cloudy?

if yes to the above... aint it pretty and creepy at the same time? i know what your talking about, i've seen portland oregon and seattle washington in these conditions. trippy! but normal, sorry no doom... peace
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Sydney australia - noticed two nights in a row.... Weird
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No snow - yet pink light
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i take it everyone seeing this is from the south [not accustomed to snow]? and you currently have a blanket of snow on the ground? is it also cloudy?

if yes to the above... aint it pretty and creepy at the same time? i know what your talking about, i've seen portland oregon and seattle washington in these conditions. trippy! but normal, sorry no doom... peace
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Theres no snow here sry
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Re: Bright pink night sky again! WTF???
i take it everyone seeing this is from the south [not accustomed to snow]? and you currently have a blanket of snow on the ground? is it also cloudy?

if yes to the above... aint it pretty and creepy at the same time? i know what your talking about, i've seen portland oregon and seattle washington in these conditions. trippy! but normal, sorry no doom... peace
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1227217

It was cloudy but not a flake of snow. It was eerily warm in fact.
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Sydney australia - noticed two nights in a row.... Weird
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Very.
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Re: Bright pink night sky again! WTF???
i take it everyone seeing this is from the south [not accustomed to snow]? and you currently have a blanket of snow on the ground? is it also cloudy?

if yes to the above... aint it pretty and creepy at the same time? i know what your talking about, i've seen portland oregon and seattle washington in these conditions. trippy! but normal, sorry no doom... peace
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Theres no snow here sry
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Same here.
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It was like that in Melbourne, Australia last night i think it was
 Quoting: BillyX

I am in Melbourne to It was a very weird sunset.
 Quoting: shovelshit1

Exactly what did you see?
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Re: Bright pink night sky again! WTF???
It was like that in west Houston a couple of nights ago. This was a pale pink, almost glowed. Very strange.
 Quoting: Texas Uncensored

Exactly. My problem wasn't the color or the light so much but rather the Intensity of the light and not only that but the fact that the moon was at about 12 to 14% lum and on the other side of Gaia made it extra WTF!
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Re: Bright pink night sky again! WTF???
It's 9:15 pm in Cabot Arkansas. The sun went down at 5:06 and the moon which is only a half moon tonight producing a 46% luminosity will not rise until 12:25 am. My question is why in hell does it appear to be morning. The pink shade of light is bright enough to drive with no lights down a road with no street lamps. I find it hard to believe it is refraction from the city through particles of dust and water from the lights here in this tiny town. It just doesn't add up. Can anyone verify or at least give me an educated answer. I have a decent education and a military and firefighting background and I don't think I am crazy... Or am I? Any comments will be taken seriously. Thank you and Happy New Year. flick
 Quoting: Twogun30


Generally it's caused by light pollution (as you state). But I'm not going to piss on your conspiracy parade. Maybe you have some goofy government clouds that trap and reflect light back, I don't know.
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Re: Bright pink night sky again! WTF???
I'm in west virginia and noticed the same thing....never seen it so bright in the night sky...looks like sun rise and its 3am.

the only answer i can think of here is that the fresh snow fall is reflecting a lot of light back up into the sky....but that must be some impressive reflections.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1228224


I am in Minnesota and have noticed the same thing several times. The sky is illuminated behind a mass of clouds by something giving off a red glare, turning the clouds a deep, dark pink. It is very weird looking. Only seems to happen after midnight. Did not know it was happening elsewhere. Thanks for the heads up on this!

peace
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Re: Bright pink night sky again! WTF???
I'm in west virginia and noticed the same thing....never seen it so bright in the night sky...looks like sun rise and its 3am.

the only answer i can think of here is that the fresh snow fall is reflecting a lot of light back up into the sky....but that must be some impressive reflections.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1228224


I am in Minnesota and have noticed the same thing several times. The sky is illuminated behind a mass of clouds by something giving off a red glare, turning the clouds a deep, dark pink. It is very weird looking. Only seems to happen after midnight. Did not know it was happening elsewhere. Thanks for the heads up on this!

peace
 Quoting: snow_bunny

I am still searching for data on the subject but all the normal explanations just don't put the pieces together. I understand that pollution and refraction from city lights can cause a similar effect but nothing like what I am seeing and lunar light can also have a like effect but on the night's that I post some of these I make sure I know where the moon is and when it is scheduled to rise/set and for the most part I have reported this happening hours before or after luna is even close so WTF! I'm no idiot and I do my homework and from what I have gathered none of these explanations can be to blame. Of course that's just my opinion. Be well!
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Re: Bright pink night sky again! WTF???
Fuchashema radiation mixed with volcanic dust
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Fuchashema radiation mixed with volcanic dust
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1328703

Perhaps. To tell you the truth I really can't find a reason for such an extreme %age of lume. On some night's it's so bright I could navigate quite easily with no light's down a road with no lamp's. Very odd.
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Re: Bright pink night sky again! WTF???
Yep, I'm north of Tampa and saw this until late Spring, don't recall seeing it since though. Same as others describe---bright pink in sky.
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Re: Bright pink night sky again! WTF???
Same pink here... almost a lavendar-pink. Both lovely and surreal -
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Re: Bright pink night sky again! WTF???
the same thing happened around 9 in clarcksville tennesse 10-24-2011
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Re: Bright pink night sky again! WTF???
I found this actually looking for an explanation for the sky right now. I'm in St. Petersburg, Fl. and the sky isn't bright pink, but its reddish pink, and there seems to be no moon.. its 1 a.m. right now, butit almost looks like the sun just went down.. so weird.
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Re: Bright pink night sky again! WTF???
Stormy night here in Portland, OR with a pinkish- lavender sky. Our streetlights are amber in hue. No snow- just rain and wind.
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Beautiful pink sunset here in nz right now. Calm....before the storm?

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