The point of access was a Raspberry Pi device that was connected to the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
A strange phenomenon or better to say mysterious light has taken place in the sky in California. The National Weather Service Bay Area is calling this a Noctilucent cloud, a cloud that can be formed from a meteor or space debris entering the upper atmosphere. That strand and mysterious light has created a lot of buzz around Northern California on Wednesday.
This light that appeared in the night sky has aroused many questions to all of us. So the light was seen or better to say appeared after 5:30 p.m., a time when most are making their way home from work.
Bryan Louie told ABC7 News, “It was brighter than a normal cloud, especially at this time of night.” “It looked kind of like a key almost,” Louie went on to describe. Dathao Becker was visiting the Bay Area from San Diego. She told ABC7 News, “I just thought it was a kind of weird formation.”
Sky7 was flying above San Francisco when it captured this bright light.
Palo Alto resident, Ransom Soderberg told ABC7 News, “I saw a moving cloud, then it formed into a question mark. I don’t know, maybe it’s a sign.”
“I’m definitely a big believer in UFO phenomenon,” Elizabeth Matuzak said. “I definitely think it’s a UFO.”
A rocket launch was going to take off at Vandenberg Air Force Base near Santa Barbara but did not happen. Also, there was another planned flight; it is SpaceX but the rocket didn’t take off either.
You may watch some photos below! The users of Social media shared some pictures of the mysterious light that was seen over California. The pictures are as follows!
Source: Text; abc7news.com,
Image Credit; sacramento.cbslocal.com
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