A National Astronomical Observatory of Japan camera at the summit of Mauna Kea in Hawaii captured a mesmerizing blue “flying spiral” on January 18th, 2023. The video of the event has since gone viral, capturing the attention of people all over the world.
SpaceX’s launch of a new satellite earlier that day is believed to be related to the formation of the blue spiral, according to officials at the Subaru Telescope. The spiral can be seen twisting and turning in the sky, creating a mesmerizing spectacle for those lucky enough to witness it.
This incredible phenomenon provides us with a glimpse into the beauty and mysteries of the sky above us. It serves as a reminder of the vastness and intricacy of our universe, and the endless possibilities that exist beyond our understanding.
While the exact cause of the blue spiral is still unknown, it is a fascinating example of the wondrous sights that can occur in our skies. It is a thrilling reminder that there is still so much to be discovered and explored in the vastness of space.
What was the light going top to side in upper right?
That fly by, could that have been the Martian control ship that was burning that Russian-fired hydrogen bomb missile warhead off? Or was it merely flying by to help us understand that is a hydrogen bomb in a controlled burn-off that we are looking at? And by the way it was burned off, the great spiral, does that not seem to indicate it was fired from Russia? Have you seen the spiral over Norway from years ago? That was a nuclear warhead that was fired from Russia and burned off by Sir Caspar and His diligent team of Martians.
My family came back for me. I knew they would, here I am, on the East Coast, near Canada, I will flash the light at 2045, 25 times every 30 seconds. It will be on Sec 75, or Feb 6, 2023, Earth time.
Just wanted to tell you I felt really bad when I heard your brother’s boat sank in Lake Superior. I am sorry for your loss.
It is a discarded booster venting fuel as it rotates – but you aready knew that – right?