Green flash. So here is a golden point of light that flashes red and green when it’s low in the sky. So we once again went in search of the answer. A strange phenomena turned the sky green as it shot through the air, caught in this footage. That initial image soon changes, however. Why does it do that?
In the very last seconds before the Sun sets, its light can turn bright green. Suddenly, objects that looked like stars begin to pulsate in four distinct colors: red, blue, yellow and green. The lights begin to appear in the sky over Hortense after dark as stars make their appearances. Last night we told you about some strange orange-reddish lights seen in the night sky. The bright light appeared in the sky suddenly before appearing to fall down towards the ground. Add to Cart for Volume Pricing The Electric Sky 300 V2 (ES300 V2) is a powerful 300-watt grow light that flowers up to a 2.5'x5' area. Right after the story aired, emails and phone calls poured in. It features a wideband spectrum with a color ratio tuned for rapid vegetative growth and heavy flower yield. At first glance, they look like any other stars in the galaxy. But the Sun has not changed colour: the flash is caused by a mirage. Light is projected from the 2-way linear lenses for intense growing power that fits a rectangle. An aurora (plural: auroras or aurorae), sometimes referred to as polar lights, northern lights (aurora borealis), or southern lights (aurora australis), is a natural light display in the Earth's sky, predominantly seen in the high-latitude regions (around the Arctic and Antarctic).. Auroras are the result of disturbances in the magnetosphere caused by solar wind. What may have been a meteor was seen for several minutes as it flew overhead in Buenes Aires.