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flashes in the sky. Anyone know what they are?

 
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flashes in the sky. Anyone know what they are?
I set up a motion activated IR camera last night using Ispy.
Hoping to record some meteors. So far Ive only got 2 and they are really weak.
The weird thing is that even though there has been heavy cloud cover I keep recording these very brief flashes in the sky. Just single point of light only visible in one frame.
Just a flash, they obviously penatrate cloud cover whatever it is. Anyone got any ideas? It's not lightning it is only ever a couple pixles lit up. once in a while there is a second pulse a second or so later, usually dimmer.

They don't seam to follow any pattern of time or location. Nor do they coincide with iridium flares.
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Re: flashes in the sky. Anyone know what they are?
we are detonating nukes in space for some reason

can you guess why?
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we are detonating nukes in space for some reason

can you guess why?
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crazy
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Re: flashes in the sky. Anyone know what they are?
i guess stars, bright stars
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we are detonating nukes in space for some reason

can you guess why?
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crazy
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Re: flashes in the sky. Anyone know what they are?
Can you upload a video clip so we can get a better idea of what you're seeing?

huh

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Re: flashes in the sky. Anyone know what they are?
Can you upload a video clip so we can get a better idea of what you're seeing?

huh
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Hmmmm, I'm just tethering to my android for a link right now
I suppose I could get dressed and drive to an access point but I'm sooo lazy.

I'll get it done but probably not tonight.
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Quazar's?
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Gay Star Agenda?
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Re: flashes in the sky. Anyone know what they are?
Can you upload a video clip so we can get a better idea of what you're seeing?

huh
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Hmmmm, I'm just tethering to my android for a link right now
I suppose I could get dressed and drive to an access point but I'm sooo lazy.

I'll get it done but probably not tonight.
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Well definitely update the thread when you get a chance and we'll have a look at what you're seeing. There's been a good amount of reports about unexplained flashes of light that light up an entire sky and are not experienced in conjunction with precipitation or with normal thunder. Some of the flashes have been reported in conjunction with those loud booms that have been shaking/vibrating homes in various parts of the country.

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Re: flashes in the sky. Anyone know what they are?
I have been seeing these the past year or so quite regularly.
Kind of looks like a camera flash on a larger scale.
Happens no matter what the weathers like.
Completely unrelated to lightning in my opinion.
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Re: flashes in the sky. Anyone know what they are?
I have been seeing these the past year or so quite regularly.
Kind of looks like a camera flash on a larger scale.
Happens no matter what the weathers like.
Completely unrelated to lightning in my opinion.
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Yeah , that.
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Re: flashes in the sky. Anyone know what they are?
Maybe it is fireballs/Meteors.

This site has been real busy. [link to www.meteorscan.com]

If you listen to the audio it may give you a heads up.

i.e. hear a blip then a few seconds later see it with your cam setup.

hf
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Re: flashes in the sky. Anyone know what they are?
Maybe it is fireballs/Meteors.

This site has been real busy. [link to www.meteorscan.com]

If you listen to the audio it may give you a heads up.

i.e. hear a blip then a few seconds later see it with your cam setup.

hf
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Here is another site to look at while your cams are observing.
[link to 217.169.242.217]
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Re: flashes in the sky. Anyone know what they are?
They could be the rare type of illumination from geographic stress. Just before large earthquakes many types of lights in the sky has been observed in the past.
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Re: flashes in the sky. Anyone know what they are?
You know, maybe its Swamp Gas as well at this point...


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Re: flashes in the sky. Anyone know what they are?
I set up a motion activated IR camera last night using Ispy.
Hoping to record some meteors. So far Ive only got 2 and they are really weak.
The weird thing is that even though there has been heavy cloud cover I keep recording these very brief flashes in the sky. Just single point of light only visible in one frame.
Just a flash, they obviously penatrate cloud cover whatever it is. Anyone got any ideas? It's not lightning it is only ever a couple pixles lit up. once in a while there is a second pulse a second or so later, usually dimmer.

They don't seam to follow any pattern of time or location. Nor do they coincide with iridium flares.
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I saw a flash tonight, was sitting outside and one of those moving lights in the sky (lots here) flashed at me. I waved back.
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Re: flashes in the sky. Anyone know what they are?
And what about that >>>>>>>>> Thread: Constant Rumbling Plane Noise (Loud )
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Re: flashes in the sky. Anyone know what they are?
about 1 am EST I saw bright green flash in the sky too.
bright enough to make me think there was some kind of weird electrical explosion or something to the east. only lasted a couple seconds, but as bright as lightning (although it wasn't that) and it was really green. Weird.
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Re: flashes in the sky. Anyone know what they are?
I was out walking with my son on the 19th and happened to notice a white pulse from very high up, it baffled me to what i could have been. I stood there for 5 minutes then i noticed another across from it on the same level. It seemed to pulse in rhythm with the first one yet not so bright and not always visible. They didn't move for at least 15 minutes. My son needed my attention but i managed to film the flashes on my phone. The quality isn't great but it confirms what i said about the pulsing brilliant white light. It was midlands UK facing NW ish. The moon was to my right. The time was between 3pm- 3:20pm GMT.

Definitely not satellites/planes/balloons.

I'm scratching my head over it. Your post was the closest thing i could find that was similar to what i seen.
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war in the heavens
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Experienced it in Germany too, lots of flashes actually, seems high up in the sky, no nothern lights or lightning, don't know what it was but it sure felt strange. And I have problems sleeping for about a week.
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we are detonating nukes in space for some reason

can you guess why?
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Re: flashes in the sky. Anyone know what they are?
I set up a motion activated IR camera last night using Ispy.
Hoping to record some meteors. So far Ive only got 2 and they are really weak.
The weird thing is that even though there has been heavy cloud cover I keep recording these very brief flashes in the sky. Just single point of light only visible in one frame.
Just a flash, they obviously penatrate cloud cover whatever it is. Anyone got any ideas? It's not lightning it is only ever a couple pixles lit up. once in a while there is a second pulse a second or so later, usually dimmer.

They don't seam to follow any pattern of time or location. Nor do they coincide with iridium flares.
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What's your location? My dad and his wife spotted a meteor in central illinois 2 nights ago. I've been keeping somewhat of an eye out
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Re: flashes in the sky. Anyone know what they are?
I have been seeing these the past year or so quite regularly.
Kind of looks like a camera flash on a larger scale.
Happens no matter what the weathers like.
Completely unrelated to lightning in my opinion.
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Same.

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