Russia launched spy satellites. A strange light phenomenon over northern Norway and Svalbard

Russia launched spy satellites.  A strange light phenomenon over northern Norway and Svalbard

Social media has been filled with photos and videos of strange light phenomena in the skies over northern Norway and Svalbard on Christmas.

This is what Russia's second industrial spy rocket looked like over Christmas on Wednesday morning, as seen from Kokelv in Finnmark.

But, no, it wasn't the UFO lights or Santa's sleigh or a new version of the poinsettia that people saw.

In contrast, the amazing light phenomenon stems from the new and escalating star wars that Russia is waging with the West.

Twice in six days, Putin's regime launched new spy satellites from Plesetsk-outer space outer space Kosmodrom is a Russian term meaning launch base for satellites and spacecraft.Just south of Arkhangelsk. At the same time that the country is deeply involved in the war in Ukraine, those in power have ramped up a program to send such satellites into space.

Sci-fi lights over satellite park

The first Christmas launch took place on December 21 at midday. It was a Soyuz-2.1b launch vehicle carrying what Russia calls a military information satellite.

A few minutes later, the lights of the launch vehicle could be seen over Finnmark. And shortly after over Svalbard.

This photo was taken by Andreas Eriksson at the KSAT – Kongsberg Satellite Services satellite park in Svalbard:

The launch of the rocket from Russia created a sci-fi atmosphere over KSAT's satellite antenna complex on Svalbard on December 21.

The launch of the rocket from Russia created a sci-fi atmosphere over KSAT's satellite antenna complex on Svalbard on December 21.

It was published on the same day KSAT Facebook pagewith the text:

“Today we witnessed an amazing light phenomenon in the sky above our ground station in Svalbard. It could be a rocket launch or the Christmas star itself. What do you think?”

In this photo, the Russian missile poses

In this image, the Russian rocket forms an illuminated “igloo” above the satellite park in Svalbard. Above all of this is a glowing planet at the top of the image.

This was then followed by a new series of observations of special lights in the sky on Christmas Day.

“An unidentified flying object flew silently over my house here in Honseby on the island of Nordrej Seeland, in the municipality of Hammerfest, this morning at 08.14, as I was walking up the hill home. I thought it was just me who saw the visions. Um???,” he wrote. Åsá Mákkiid Márgget Anti on Facebook on Wednesday morning.

This is what the light phenomenon looked like from Hounseby in Sealand in Finnmark at eight o'clock.

This is what the light phenomenon looked like from Hounseby in Sealand in Finnmark at eight o'clock.

She was told very quickly in the comments section that the light came from a Russian missile.

Steve Aslaksen is the museum director at the Kokelv Sami Maritime Museum in Finnmark. This phenomenon was observed at 8.10 am.

– I had no idea about this, but I saw that it was moving fast and that it was high in the sky, he says.

Defense: – Prior notice was received

said spokesman for the Norwegian Armed Forces Operations Headquarters, Jonny Carlsen iFinnmark It is a Russian space rocket on its way to space, and the launch has been announced.

This means that the Russians sent a so-called NOTAM warning to all air traffic in the area.

– Warns that this area in the north is considered a danger zone and planes and boats should stay away from it. He adds, at the same time, that those who launched the missile, i.e. the Russians, are responsible for ensuring proper implementation.

He says there is no danger of the missile landing in Norway.

Carlsen would not comment on the type of missile, however NRC He writes that it is Soyuz-2.1v, which is classified as a light launch vehicle.

The Russian Defense Ministry confirms a missile was launched from its missile launch base south of Arkhangelsk.

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