Glowing sphere at Hessdalen – is an UFO?

An abnormal light phenomenon photographed by the group of scientists at the ostfold university college has created amazement among the ufologists and conspiracy theorists.

The image of the glowing sphere at Hessdalen was taken by a hyperspectral camera in September 2015, in the Skarvan area of ​​Norway. The shutter speed was set every 5 seconds to be able to capture real-time images on electromagnetic frequency bands.

But now let’s back to us without getting too much into the technical and scientific details… the Ostfold University College’s research field claimed that the glowing sphere was about 100 meters away from them , which then fell down to 30 meters away from the ground.

Here the image of the abnormal phenomenon
Glowing sphere at Hessdalen

Many people are convinced of another UFO phenomenon or even a sign from the sky, something extraterrestrial that gives us a amazing show in our eyes but at the same time makes us curious and frightening.

Hessdalen is not new to giving us these bizarre phenomena, such appearances have begun to intensify since 1982 gathering thousands of witnesses among common citizens and scientists. Researchers are still seeking answers to this phenomenon, many hypothesize that it is an electromagnetic plasma.

Researcher Bjorn Gitle Hauge was interviewed and ruled out that it wasn’t a lense phenomenon, not even the moon, because it was still arise.
So the phenomenon is still inexplicable, but one day we will be able to find the answers we are looking for?

Conclusion and my opinion:

The Hessdalen lights are of unknown origin. Most of times they appear at night, and seem to float through and above the misterious valley. They are usually bright white, yellow, or red and can appear above and below the horizon, in this case they appear white and to be onest this particular phenomena attract me, for sure one day i will visit this amazing place.

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  1. Erik Nilsson 11 April 2019

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