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Strange Cloud Formations above Moscow 7/10/2009 or Independence day style Invasion?

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Video captured on Oct. 7th, 2009, the west of the capital of Russia. In the skies over Moscow visible cloud of unusual shape. The video was shot at the Moscow Ring Road in moving from Volokolamsky to … Read More
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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
Video captured on Oct. 7th, 2009, the west of the capital of Russia. In the skies over Moscow visible cloud of unusual shape. The video was shot at the Moscow Ring Road in moving from Volokolamsky to Novorizhskoe highway.
One eyewitness wrote that he had received comments about this cloud in the weather center. There he was informed that over Moscow sprang a tornado, but later cleared.
Charlie Scene Avatar
7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
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Video captured on Oct. 7th, 2009, the west of the capital of Russia. In the skies over Moscow visible cloud of unusual shape. The video was shot at the Moscow Ring Road in moving from Volokolamsky to Novorizhskoe highway.
One eyewitness wrote that he had received comments about this cloud in the weather center. There he was informed that over Moscow sprang a tornado, but later cleared.
#2
thats so weird :S... ne thoughts what you think it may be?
#3
addyliver
thats so weird :S... ne thoughts what you think it may be?


It's a fallstreak/hole punch cloud, quite interesting and unfortunately nothing to do with alien spaceships :w00t:
#4
Charlie Scene
It's a fallstreak/hole punch cloud, google it, quite interesting and unfortunately nothing to do with alien spaceships :w00t:


yeh i will do, my first thought was a district 9 style takeover :p


how come your up so late/ early?
#5
addyliver
yeh i will do, my first thought was a district 9 style takeover :p


how come your up so late/ early?


late, well insomnia mostly!!!! :p what about u?
#6
more info here!

New Zealand 2006
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/0/04/Omarama_Fallstreak.jpg/180px-
#7
cheers man, just been reading through some of it. love it.

My uni room is so damn hot... and its making me ill
#8
addyliver
cheers man, just been reading through some of it. love it.

My uni room is so damn hot... and its making me ill

Just use a fan mate - that usually does the trick :thumbsup:
#9
addyliver
cheers man, just been reading through some of it. love it.

My uni room is so damn hot... and its making me ill


no probs :thumbsup:

is it safe to open a window where you are?

might make some similar threads or add to this one at some point if people like it :-D
#10
darren9030
Just use a fan mate - that usually does the trick :thumbsup:


haha thanks, will most likely buy one tmrw.. im slowly being cooked
#11
Charlie Scene
no probs :thumbsup:

is it safe to open a window where you are?

might make some similar threads or add to this one at some point if people like it :-D


nah, its quite a dodgy area ... good ol' liverpool :p

yeh deffo make a thread.. its pretty awesome
#13
Practice makes perfect - sorry no clouds

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ga6zAEB9fOM
#14
darren9030
Practice makes perfect - sorry no clouds

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ga6zAEB9fOM


Darren!! thats ping pong ffs!!!! :-D
#15


Charlie Scene
It's a fallstreak/hole punch cloud, quite interesting and unfortunately nothing to do with alien spaceships :w00t:


Charlie Scene
more info here!

New Zealand 2006
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/0/04/Omarama_Fallstreak.jpg/180px-


So you could stand in the centre and there would be a ring of snow falling around you, or, as I cannot see any precipitation, does the ice vapourise as it falls?
#16
chesso
So you could stand in the centre and there would be a ring of snow falling around you, or, as I cannot see any precipitation, does the ice vapourise as it falls?


it would be cool if it did, but it will just be vapour that falls....so no
#17
Charlie Scene
it would be cool if it did, but it will just be vapour that falls....so no


Shame!

Good thread so far.:thumbsup:
Are you a meteorologist?
#18
chesso
Shame!

Good thread so far.:thumbsup:
Are you a meteorologist?


thanks Chesso! :-D

no im not at all just found it interesting and wanted to share with the forum:thumbsup:
#19
NASA released an amazing photograph of an eruption of Sarychev Peak Volcano, taken by astronauts aboard the orbiting International Space Station (ISS). Seeing that great photo prompted me to dig into the archives and see what other imagery I could find from recent NASA archives. Collected here are a handful of photographs of Sarychev Peak Volcano, and more, taken by astronauts aboard the ISS.

http://inapcache.boston.com/universal/site_graphics/blogs/bigpicture/iss_06_26/i01_00009632.jpg
High above Russia's Kuril Islands, astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) look down on erupting Sarychev Peak Volcano (plume in center, left) on Matua Island and its brownish ash mixing with cloud cover downwind on June 12, 2009. Part of the ISS, a Soyuz module, is visible in the foreground.

http://inapcache.boston.com/universal/site_graphics/blogs/bigpicture/iss_06_26/i02_00008746.jpg
A closer look at Sarychev Peak Volcano reveals more detail, the circular hole in the clouds around the island, the smooth condensation cloud wrapping much of the ash plume.

http://inapcache.boston.com/universal/site_graphics/blogs/bigpicture/iss_06_26/i03_00008750.jpg
Closer still to Sarychev Peak Volcano, pyroclastic flows can be seen tumbling down its slope (lighter clouds, bottom). Also visible is a closer view of the condensation cloud or "pileus", formed by the rapidly rising plume

http://inapcache.boston.com/universal/site_graphics/blogs/bigpicture/iss_06_26/i04_00008738.jpg
A view looking straight down at the top of the eruption plume of Sarychev Peak Volcano on June 12, 2009. Local winds were very light that day, and the eruption plume's upward motion was hardly disturbed at all

http://inapcache.boston.com/universal/site_graphics/blogs/bigpicture/iss_06_26/i05_00010157.jpg
One day after its eruption pictured above, ash from Russia's Sarychev Peak Volcano mixes and ripples out into the surrounding clouds.
#20
These are great pictures :thumbsup: The one with the pyroclastic flows is particulary good.
Very interesting commentary as well. :thumbsup:
It's funny stuff is water.

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