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Experts from the Moscow State University’s Research Institute of Nuclear Physics said one of their satellites spotted several high-power “light explosions” dozens of kilometres above the Earth’s surface. The team captured even more interest from the public when they said the bright blasts are unlike anything seen before, and cannot be explained by modern physics. Flashes have been spotted before and have been explained by weather phenomena such as lightening storms.

But the ones captured by the Lomonosov satellite were above a clear sky, which would suggest they have nothing to do with the weather.

Mikhail Panasyuk, head of Moscow State University’s Research Institute of Nuclear Physics, said: “With the help of the telescope, we have obtained even more important results than we expected

“It looks like we have encountered new physical phenomena. We do not yet know their physical nature.

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Category: Weird Desk