Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Bright Thin Florescent Green Lights Over Brentford London UK

Date:  February 29, 2012
Time:  6:48 p.m.
Hey Brian, I hope you're well. I saw your post about the green lights that turned into other colours and thought I should let you know I saw some bright florescent green lights over London tonight!
I was in Brentford walking to the train station at 18:48 and I saw a long thin florescent green light high up above the clouds. It was completely still whilst the clouds moved below it. Occasionally the light would shine brighter then dim again (like a light switch effect - not gradual).
I was staring up at it for about 7 minutes or so and it just didn't move at all. The clouds would cover it a little then it'd come back into view. But then, I saw another florescent green light in a completely different part of the sky (more over head) that was slightly smaller and round!
Again, it was completely still and the clouds would cover it up sometimes. I was standing there staring at the two when I noticed two police women. I walked over to them and pointed them out and they were also both completely dumbfounded!
Unfortunately the clouds covered them up in the end and I couldn't see them anymore but they were both very visible for about 7 minuets.
I've never seen anything like it!
They couldn't have been green lasers or anything like that as I know lasers would shine through the cloud from below, but these were definitely above the clouds and completely static.
Do you think it's from the same kind of thing you saw?
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Anonymous said...

I was just outside in The Old Deer Park in Richmond and watched exactly this same thin fluorescent green light. My husband and I watched it for about ten minutes. There were some dog walkers in the park who saw it as well. Same static position - visible off and on through the cloud cover. At one point multiple slivers of green light were noted. We were wondering if this was the Aaurora Borealis as there has been a lot of solar activity this week. Did anyone else notice these lights?

conz said...

The light is coming from watermans centre for a science project thing. check that link

Anonymous said...

Look outside now! 3 keep switching on and off! (Watching from kew gardens)