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The cause of mysterious blue swirls of light in the sky has been revealed in video

The cause of mysterious blue swirls of light in the sky has been revealed in video

Shimmering rings of neon blue light appeared in the sky around 8:30 p.m. Sunday on New Zealand’s South Island. Pictures and videos uploaded to social media have sparked speculation about the cause of this strange phenomenon.

Misty blue lights They looked like thisIt was as if a small galaxy was forming in the sky.

She added that locals in Queenstown, Auckland and Mutweka posted the photos on Twitter and Facebook index. It was reported to be brighter in some parts of the Pacific Ocean, but the vortex was also seen in Fiji, Samoa, New Caledonia and the small island of Tokelau.

Not so long later, it turned out that there is a rather weak reason for this phenomenon. The Astronomical Society of New Plymouth confirmed that the celestial phenomenon was not caused by suspicious extraterrestrial activity, but by human activity after the launch of the SpaceX rocket.

They note that similar effects have been seen before, and SpaceX’s Globalstar 2 FM15 may have bypassed New Zealand by this time. The latter was confirmed by SpaceX, which carried out three successful Falcon 9 launches over the weekend, sending a total of 55 satellites into space.

Cover photo: YouTube / Oneindia News

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