At least five people captured a massive, glowing bubble of changing light which appeared above northeastern Siberia. Many more report seeing the bubble according to the Siberian Times, but what is it?
Locals say they thought “aliens had arrived,” others said the ball arrived, and then began to expand, causing concern. Those who witnessed the ball say it was not simply a form of radiance.
Residents of the Yamalo-Nenets region in Siberia reported that the bubble sent ‘shivers down their spines’ on social media.
Mainstream media has discounted the bubble as a missile, with the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation (which operates the Russian armed forces) declaring on Facebook that it launched a Topol-M intercontinental ballistic missile last night as part of a test exercise.
The phenomenal orb was captured on film by leading Siberian photographer Sergey Anisimov who said,
“At first I was taken aback for a few minutes, not understanding what was happening. The glowing ball rose from behind the trees and moved in my direction. My first thought was about the most powerful searchlight, but the speed of changing everything around changed the idea of what was happening. The ball began to turn into an arc and gradually dissipated.”
If this is the case, there should be further evidence as a Topol-M missile is massive, as you can see from a simple Wikimedia photo:
The Topol-M is a nuclear war head that can reach range of 11,000km at a speed of 17,400km/h.
The Northern Lights were supposed to be particularly bright on the night when the orb was spotted by so many, explaining why there were numerous people who were able to capture the orb on film.
One commenter, M.T. Jones, Tillman’s Corner AL, USA, on the Siberian Times article stated,
“I’ve seen missile launches in many conditions, from sub-tropical to artic, and even at sea. This wasn’t a missile launch. No, I’m not claiming aliens! I don’t know exactly what it could be. As for HAARP, all I know is what any amatuer radio operator knows. It’s odd though, that in the past few years that there have been so many never before seen “atmospheric anomalies”. I don’t know who to believe.”
To see what Topol-M rockets normally look like when launched, check this document. Or check out this video:
ScienceAlert provides this explanation for the giant, glowing orb,
“In particular, the rocket exhaust expands in a big bubble tens to hundreds of miles across,” McDowell told National Geographic, “and if the sunlight catches it just right (because the Sun is below your horizon, but the rocket is high enough to be seeing the Sun) that bubble can be visible.”
McDowell also said, “in the absence of (significant) air to mess things up, in space things happen much more symmetrically and mathematically than we are used to down here on Earth.”
However, the military industrial complex has made up all kinds of lies to cover-up strange anomalies in the sky, UFOs and otherwise. Whistleblowers and government insiders have been explaining the most common “excuses” for alien ships, and HAARP technologies for decades. Highly compartmentalized Department of Defense programs don’t even know the lies that are told to each other, even, so what this particular orb over Siberia really was, is anyone’s guess.
The CIAs public files, for instance, report that most UFO claims are unsubstantiated or false. Though the Internet abounds with hoaxes and doctored files, there is ample evidence to the contrary of CIA claims, however, for those who want to look deeper into the matter
Photo: Alexey Yakovlev