Sunday, January 31, 2010

More orange lights!

Published: Thursday, 29th May, 2008 11:46am
'UFO researchers look into sightings over Saltcoats

CALLS are still flooding into the Herald office about the recent UFO sightings in Saltcoats on April 27 and several overseas enthusiasts have been contacting us with their opinions.

One long-term researcher, Steve Tobias, from American has emailed us this week and completely disregards comments made by Nick Pope. He said: 'Nick Pope is not going to be a very good expert on UFOs, since he is not completely unbiased in his approach, being an ex British defense official at the UFO desk in your nation in the past years.

'After extensive research I believe there has been an extensive cover up in sightings of unidentified flying objects and that many of these orange lights are in fact UFO ships. After reading your article and watching the video I believe the lights spotted in your town are also UFO space ships and not any form of firework as suggested.'

Moving on up!

I like this video. Some of the better UFO evidence I have seen.
Also the same night but a thousand miles west in Scotland this report.

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Strange lights in the sky above Alloway?

Apr 10 2009 by Edwin Lawrence

A MYSTERIOUS sight was spotted in the skies above Burns’ birthplace on Saturday night.

An Alloway reader tells us she saw 11 orange-coloured lights in a clear starry sky.

She was so intrigued by what she saw from inside her house, that she went outside to confirm her eyes weren’t deceiving her.

Our reader tells us: “It was about 10pm on Saturday, April 4 and the lights moved slowly from the west until they disappeared about three minutes later.

“They were almost the same distance apart, and I would say about helicopter height, but silent.

“It’s a real mystery to me, and I just wonder if anyone else saw these lights.”

Well did you? Call Edwin Lawrence in the Ayrshire Post newsroom on 01292 262200 or send an email to if you can shed any light on the matter.

Are you kidding me?

(CNN) -- A series of spooky lights above parts of the northeastern United States Saturday sparked a flurry of phone calls to authorities and television news stations.
NASA said strange lights seen in the Northeast on Saturday were caused by an experimental rocket.
NASA said strange lights seen in the Northeast on Saturday were caused by an experimental rocket.
CNN affiliate stations from New Jersey to Massachusetts heard from dozens of callers who reported that the lights appeared as a cone shape shining down from the sky.
However, the lights were the result of an experimental rocket launch by NASA from the agency's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia, a spokesman told CNN.
Keith Koehler said the Black Brant XII Suborbital Sounding Rocket was launched to study the Earth's highest clouds. The light came from an artificial noctilucent cloud formed by the exhaust particles of the rocket's fourth stage about 173 miles high.
Natural noctilucent clouds, also called "polar mesospheric clouds," are "found in the upper atmosphere as spectacular displays that are most easily seen just after sunset," according to a NASA statement published earlier in September. "The clouds are the highest clouds in Earth's atmosphere, located in the mesosphere around 50 miles altitude."
Normally, noctilucent clouds are not visible to the naked eye and can only be seen when illuminated by sunlight below the horizon. The launch took place at 7:46 p.m. Saturday, just as the sun was setting for the day.
Observation stations on the ground and in satellites will track the artificial noctilucent clouds created by the rocket for months, NASA said.
"Data collected during the experiment will provide insight into the formation, evolution, and properties of noctilucent clouds, which are typically observed naturally at high latitudes.
"In addition to the understanding of noctilucent clouds, scientists will use the experiment to validate and develop simulation models that predict the distribution of dust particles from rocket motors in the upper atmosphere," the NASA statement said.


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