Pretty Cool

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  1. stott

    stott Well-Known Member

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    My friend took these pictures, he lives in San Diego.

    He explained it to be a phenomenon where the earth's core's magnetism along with the speed of the earth causes a disturbance in our gravity, squeezing our atmosphere. Then, magnetism is trapped in the air and it collects light ions.

    He was wrong, it was a rocket being launched. See a lower post for explanation link.

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  2. Squirrelâ„¢

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    OOOOO...Pretty.... ^_^
     
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    Looks like something out of apythosis :P
     
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    Haha, fractals :lol:
     
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    holy crap, I saw that too but I live like 2 1/2 hours away from there. :blink:

    It was a pretty awesome sight. It's like the 2nd or 3rd time I've seen something similar in the sky. :)
     
  6. Mr. Cheeky

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    Hmm... Intriguing.
     
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    hmmm neeto.... thast pretty interesting
     
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    That looks dope!
     
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    That's pretty sweet. How often does something like this happen?
     
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    BAH!!!! I so liked it better the way it was described to me.

    Thanks for clearing it up though
     
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    Oooo very purd we'd neva get to see anything like that ova here in UK :(

    also ur mate need to get a New Camera its all blurry
     
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    you'd need a pretty pro camera to focus on the sky and have the foreground all in focus
     
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    look good ^_^
     
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    lol your firend gives you thins intellleginte explination that anybody would belive.... then hes wrong... ahah.. cool pics btw
     

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