A mysterious incoming radar signal was detected in our atmosphere on December 2, 2017 with the help of a service to detect the entrance of fireballs into the Earth’s atmosphere – Live Meteors. So for those who don’t know, this website gets its data using radio receivers to pick radio signals put off by incoming meteors/meteorites. Usually, when disintegrating in our atmosphere, space rocks only cause momentary “noise”, translated into a short burst on the live screen below. So, the issue here is: THEY NEVER LAST THIS LONG. What’s going on? Is there something near one of the antennas emitting this frequency? Or is this sustained signal proof of a huge continuous system? Nemesis, Nibiru? And I am sure I am not the only one that has no clue about the signal that is being transmitted in the video below:
The buzzing meteor detector at LIVEMETEORS.com is located in Washington DC and […] is currently pointing the Yagi antenna at a TV tower in Canada broadcasting on channel 3 analog TV, around 61.260 MHz, likely located in Timmins, ON. Receiver is RTL/SDR and software is SDR# […].
Extremely weird is the fact that the meteorite sensor did not detect any objects entering the atmosphere of our planet, but a signal and sound lasting an amazing 2 minutes.
Such a long signal can’t be a meteorite or echo from its entry into the atmosphere. It is clearly something else.
UHF radio waves sometimes propagate in Sporadic E, an unusual form of radio propagation using characteristics of the Earth’s ionosphere. The sporadic E is an abnormal event, that peaks predictably in the summertime and also around the winter solstice in both hemispheres.
So, if it was not a “sporadic E”, then what caused the mysterious strange radio signals? Is it only a kind of interference with the antenna? Or is this continuous signal proof that something BIG has entered our upper atmosphere, and this huge object has passed through our atmosphere very slowly.