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Some Of Those Lights Up There Are Not Stars (Video)

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The Canada France Hawaii Telescope observatory hosts a world-class, 3.6 meter optical/infrared telescope. The observatory is located atop the summit of Mauna Kea, a 4200 meter, dormant volcano located on the island of Hawaii.

On March 6, 2018 the observatory’s webcam captured a series of strange lights seemly flying in formation through the sky.

Although it is difficult to determine what these objects are, the lights are certainly not stars.
 

 
 

 

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    • Anonymous

      I was looking at a star about 20 years ago, it was right before the 4th of July. Right when I was looking at it, it took off. It first turned a weird white color then it turned a rusty red color. Then it turned an electric blue. So I thought, hey. Red, white, and blue. A cooincidence? I think not. :smile:

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