By Susan Duclos
According to Okinawa Times, on January 23, 2014 ten orange lights appeared in the Japan sky near Naha Port of Naha Tondo town, in formation, then changing formations for 15 minutes before disappearing, which was reported to the newspaper by multiple witnesses and shown in the video below.
Miyaji Takeshi director of Ishigaki Island Observatory tells the newspaper “About the same time, a meteorite entered the atmosphere at high speed. This meteor was visible from the ground, but I think even the lights were visible at the same time when the meteorite entered the atmosphere, they are not part of the meteorite and it is not a astronomical phenomenon.”
Whatever these strange lights are, they do not seem to be natural and no official explanation has been given.
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