First, some excerpts from a few news sources:
A meteor, a military launch — or something much more sinister? The sky above Russia’s remote Sverdlovsk region erupted in light last Friday, and despite it having been captured on numerous video recordings—particularly dashboard cameras, it seems—no one seems to know what the flash of light was. – Sam Frizell of Time.com
An extraordinary bright orange flash has lit up the sky in Russia’s Sverdlovsk region in the Urals. While locals captured the massive ‘blast’ on numerous cameras, both scientists and emergency services still struggle to explain the unusual event. – Russia Today
A huge flash in the night sky over Russia is raising suspicions after the authorities refuse to comment on its cause. The eruption lit up the sky near Yekaterinburg for 11 seconds in what appeared to a major aerial explosion. The strange light was not accompanied by any sound, according to eyewitnesses, although Russian authorities are refusing to comment on the event. – Will Stewart of Dailymail.co.uk
Now for the video:
Now I don’t know about you, but a gigantic flash, that has no sound, turning the sky from pitch black to bright orange for about 10 seconds….it’s pretty damn strange. And the fact that there is no sound with the flash makes it that much more weird.
What do you think?