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Mysterious 'explosion' rattles homes in Moranbah, Queensland

Queensland Police car
© Alistair Brightman / Fraser Coast Chronicle
Mystery surrounds a loud explosion that shook Moranbah homes overnight.

Just before 11pm, numerous residents reported hearing a huge 'bang' that seemingly shook their homes.

A Queensland Police media spokeswoman confirmed police were alerted to a potential explosion around 10.49pm.

"We received a call from someone saying they had heard an enormous bang that sounds like an explosion," the QPS spokeswoman said.


Creating radio-induced auroras with HAARP

© Juneau Empire
People travel north from all over for a chance to see the aurora. Soon, Chris Fallen will make his own.

Sometime around the darkness of the Sept. 19 new moon, the space physicist will travel to an antenna field off the Copper River. There, he will pulse transmitters on and off to create radio-induced aurora, also known as airglow. The UAF researcher will use the HAARP facility to attempt to do from below what the sun does from above to create a display of aurora.

"Energetic electrons ionize and excite gases in the upper atmosphere," he said. "They release photons when they de-excite again. Here, we're doing the process from below with HF radio waves."

The High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program is a group of high-frequency radio transmitters powered by four diesel tugboat generators and one from a locomotive. Using an extensive field of antennae, the transmitters send a focused beam of radio-wave energy into the aurora zone. There, that energy can stimulate a speck of the electrical Sun-Earth connection about 100 miles above our heads. UAF's Geophysical Institute, where Fallen works, took over operation of HAARP in 2015.


Eerie sky sounds 'coming from every direction' recorded in Norfolk, Virginia

Eerie sounds in Norfolk, VA
© YouTube/agbish94
Sounded eerie as hell..the sound was coming from every direction which didn't make sense.

Bizarro Earth

Strange sounds heard in Illinois sky

Strange sounds in Illinois
© YouTube/Aledragon777 Lopez
Strange sound in the sky September 5th 2017, Illinois.


Mysterious 'trumpet' sound emanates from Iranian sky

A strange sound resembling a trumpet was apparently heard by people in the vicinity of the coastal city of Astara in Iran on August 28.

While some people immediately started speculating about the nature of this mysterious phenomenon, a number of skeptics have already commented on YouTube that the video may be a hoax and that the strange sound could be the product of montage.


Weird sounds from the sky heard in Budapest, Hungary

Strange sounds in Budapest, Hungary
© YouTube/Péter Gugi
Weird sounds recorded around 22:00.

Bizarro Earth

Strange sounds heard in the skies of Karachi, Pakistan

Strange sounds in Karachi, Pakistan
© YouTube/Krish Abush
Strange sounds from the sky DHA Karachi Bada bukhari ph 6 lane 2.

Bizarro Earth

Strange noises in the sky heard in Northern Territory, Australia

Strange sounds in Australia
© YouTube/Kevin Pattemore
Went outside for a smoke and heard the noises, similar to those on many other YouTube uploads from all over the world.

The sound changed in volume, sometimes stopping for a period then starting again. It would be loud(ish) one minute and then grow distant, then get louder again, over a period of around 15 mins that I noticed.


Strange sounds heard from the sky in Romania

Strange sounds in Romania
© YouTube/Lake Victoria
Strange sounds from the sky in Romania.

Fireball 5

Experts: Loud bang over Weston, UK may have been comet or asteroid

Comet over Weston, UK
© thewestonmercury.com
A small comet or asteroid could have been the cause of a sudden flash and loud bang over Weston-super-Mare in the early hours of Monday morning

People all over the town, and as far out as Kewstoke and Banwell, reported hearing the noise which made some windows shake at around 1.20am on Monday.

Many reported on social media that they had seen a flash of light before hearing the sudden bang.