August 19, 2022

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These lights in New Zealand are not from aliens

These lights in New Zealand are not from aliens

Images of spiraling blue light in the New Zealand sky have spread across social networks and news channels. They are told by alien invasions or strange events, but are connected with a logical explanation. Company Falcon 9 Rocket SpaceX is owned by Elon Musk.

Many users these days have commented on the existence of those strange spiral lights. It shares with others News from a Mexican media Statements confirming that “communication is close” are included. Yuri Keller, a user wizard who spread suspicion. He tweeted a video in which he questions Elon Musk and promises what happened. “This vortex is an intuitive symbol of our spiritual growth”And connects it with magic, dragons and spirituality.

We spoke with Jose Antonio Vasquez Barra, professor of natural sciences and mathematics at the University of Camilo Jos செ Sela. Vasquez explains “Gases emitted by the rocket As they leave the atmosphere, they expand and form these curious shapes. Spanish scientist tells the truth about seeing a rocket SpaceX Balkan9.

Other scientists have expressed the same conclusion. Astronomer Jord Wood shared the same idea on a special site called, indicating that this is what happens when an event occurs. SpaceX Falcon 9 Division of the rocket and it took off from orbit. The expert maintains it Saw “Breath of Division”. Statements by physicist Richard Easter of the University of Auckland have been included in a Guardian article retweeted by the New Zealand Prime Minister’s Office of the Chief Scientific Adviser. The expert shares the same idea, referring to another scene in Florida: “The geometry of the satellite’s orbit and the way we sit with the sun are the perfect combination to create these.” Completely different clouds”.

Here you can see Falcon 9 rocket lands on SpaceX, owned by billionaire Elon Musk Completed his ninth voyage into space. With the tool Find Starling You can observe the company’s satellites live and check when they are flying at a certain point. Its name came from “Starling” The SpaceX project of the same name, designed to launch a set of satellites into space to provide global Internet coverage.

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This is not the first time that SpaceX functionality has created strange lights that attract attention. On May 25, 2019, a Bright array of lights moving in the night sky. As illustrated in the video description, the images resembled the SpaceX Starling satellite train. As you can see in the tweet below, you can see the lineup of these lights in the sky in 2021 in Hellen (Albacete).