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Thread: Help With Bright Green "Meteor" Over Japan! | 31st October 2016

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    Default Re: Help With Bright Green "Meteor" Over Japan! | 31st October 2016

    Burning copper produce green light.

    Project West Ford

    From NASA: "A post-mission investigation concluded that only 25-45% of the planned 480 million dipoles dispersed properly. The others were believed to have remained in clumps, which were later discovered by the U.S. Space Surveillance Network (SSN). Although still strongly affected by solar radiation pressure, these clumps did not decay as rapidly as the individual needles. Today, 46 clumps remain in Earth orbit. Only nine of the clumps are currently in orbits with perigees below 2000km. Data collected during observations in the mid-1990s suggest that a moderate population of small debris resides in orbits above 2500km. It has been suggested that these debris represent small clumps of needles from the first Project West Ford mission in 1961. Eventually, only seven small debris (0.06 - 0.6 m radar cross-section), which are believed to be associated with the experiment, were cataloged by the SSN. All are still in orbit."

    Just an idea.

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    Default Re: Help With Bright Green "Meteor" Over Japan! | 31st October 2016

    Starting at 8:37, Linda Howe talks about comet Atlas, having a huge green gaseous atmosphere. "Its beautiful green color comes from diatomic carbon, commonly found in comets glowing in near vacuum of space."

    Starting at 9:51 - "Another type of green glowing aerial objects."


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diatomic_carbon
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