Interesting things have been spotted over the skies of northern Europe as of late.
You may have heard of the spiral that was spotted over Norway on Dec. 9. It was heavily featured on newscasts and websites.
Here’s some extended video footage, including from a few different angles.
I think it’s the seeming symmetry of the incident that is what is so compelling. It has subsequently been identified as vapor trail from a failed Russian rocket launch, but it’s still pretty cool looking.
A newer report out is about a giant pyramid spotted hovering over the Kremlin in Moscow. Apparently, the event occurred the same day as the Norwegian spiral, but was only was reported this week.
This object seems to have a bit of mass to it. Some are speculating it looks like a mylar balloon — certainly seems as though it could be. Others are saying that they have no idea at all what it is. Skeptics are quick to point out that if such an object was actually over the Kremlin, it’s odd that only two people spotted it. Of course, the Russian authorities have yet to make any statements about the incident.
More as we hear about it.