Internet sleuths are searching for explanations for a mysterious crimson light above the Pacific Ocean.
Pilot Dustin Maggard captured a weird red glow below from his cockpit 31,000 feet over the ocean.
He claimed, “We had no notion what we were looking at. We were cracking jokes about being in the midst of an extraterrestrial invasion or some type of military drill.
The guessing game started as soon as the images and a brief video were uploaded on the internet.
The most well-liked notion among them all was an other world from the Netflix television series “Stranger Things” named “The Upside Down.” Other hypotheses included a submarine volcano exploding and alien visitors.
The most plausible explanation was provided by weather modeling specialist Neil Jacobs, which is in and of itself a somewhat peculiar thing.
He claimed, “They were industrial fishing boats, utilizing very intense red arrays of LED lights, fishing for Pacific saury.”
These kinds of lights draw the mackerel-like saury that anglers are trying to catch.
Jacobs was able to view fishing vessels by name after entering the flight’s location and date into globalfishingwatch.org. You can see what seems to be one vessel turning on its red lights in the video.
From orbit, you can really see them, according to Jacobs.
Even from the International Space Station, the radiance is visible.
You would be correct if you assumed there was anything strange about the red glowing photographs.
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