Residents of Stockholm, Sweden, looked at the night sky on Sunday night and thought they were above the Arctic Circle, and have seen the Northern Lights, or the invasion of UFOs.
These lights were not aurora (and not a UFO, it's important), they are known as "pillars of light." According to the Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute, it is the light that is reflected in ice crystals formed in the air when it is cold. Similar pillars of light were photographed elsewhere, although no signs of unidentified flying objects, they are not accompanied.
A similar phenomenon in Nebraska
Arctic air, combined with the steam of the river and steam factory chimneys, shafts of light produces over Blair, Nebraska, by ice crystals floating in the air. The setting moon adds to the spectacle of its own column of light.
Recently, a similar phenomenon also encountered residents of Yekaterinburg and Krasnoyarsk.
And as strange incident occurred in Novgorod less than a week ago, on 27 November. In several areas of the city after a bright flash in the sky, the lights went out, the news agency "Great Submit Thread."
The incident captured on camera by several eyewitnesses. Videos posted on the Internet, have caused a flurry of comments, and Novgorod in social networks have begun to seriously discuss the coming apocalypse.
Soon the power was restored, but remained interrupted work of several cable television operators.
Regional management Russian Emergencies Ministry also confirmed the data on the state of emergency in the "East." "There were no reports of explosions have been reported to us, to any accident at a substation our people not to leave," — said the head of the press service Alexander Zuev. Not surprisingly, most continue to seriously discuss the story of the sign of the coming apocalypse.
Category: Natural anomalies