Bright green flashes of light in sky baffle Siberians if it is Putin missile, meteor or aliens

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Residents of the Republic of Buryatia and Irkutsk region in Siberia saw bright green light flash on Tuesday night at around 7:30 pm. The unusual display of glowing bright green light led to speculations among residents what it was they saw.

Siberian Times reports that some speculate it was a comet, a meteor, a UFO or perhaps a missile that Russian President Vladimir Putin had launched against the west. The residents pinpoint the northeastern shore of Lake Baikal as the likely location of the unusual light.

Mikhail Ovdin, director of the Zapovednoye Podiemorye nature reserve recalls seeing the sharp light of bright green colour fly, leave behind a trail and fly within five seconds. It then disappeared over Lake Baikal. He thought it burned down in the atmosphere.

Liliya Mironova, head of the Astronomical Observatory at Buryat State University in Ulan-Ude, admits she did not see the celestial phenomenon but saw the videos. “I can say with certainty that it was not a meteorite, not a meteor or a comet. It is clear that we are talking about some sort of man-made object. Firstly, if it reached the ground, there would be a shock wave, and everybody would have felt it. But it did not reach the ground. This object is very slow,” Mironova says.

It possibly could be an intercontinental ballistic missile because on the day the green light appeared, Oct 25, there was a test launch from the Yasnenskoye missile unit in Orenburg region of an ICBM RS-18. It was a successful launch with the missile landing at the Kura combat field on the Kamchatka Peninsula.

But the missile was ruled out since the timing was different since the ICBM RS-18 would have crossed that part of Siberia several hours earlier, Daily Mail reports.

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