Monday, December 14, 2009

Norway Lights actually a scientific experiment known as "Tequila Sunrise?"

This was recovered from some very excellent research data contained on

Findings are now showing that the event which occurred in the morning of December 9th in Norway was that regarding an experiment regarding the activation caused by EISCAT. EISCAT is a huge antenna array capable of high powered transmissions. It is similar to HAARP located within Alaska.

Now here is something very interesting. This image below was retrieved from a navy military website (

On December 9th, 2009, EISCAT had a few projects planned, including the TEQUILASunrise (Transient Effects Quantification Under Ionospheric Low Angle sunrise). Below is a link that confirms this event during the date of December 9th between the times of 0700-1100 hours UTC:

EISCAT Dec 9th Schedule

TEQUILAsunrise (Transient Effects Quantification Under Ionospheric Low Angle sunrise). The idea is to look at the polar wintertime mesophere through the transient caused by (scattered) sunrise around 8 UT. Interestingly, this happens to
be the maximum occurence time of the Polar Mesosphere Winter Echoes (PMWE).

From posting:

After reading up on this stuff I figured out they were performing an experiment on a layer of the atmosphere called the mesosphere, coincidentally, during the maximum time of PMWE (which is a time that the mesosphere reflects signals very well due to charged aerosols in it, as said in the title... Meteor dust). They used the sun coming in at a low angle to cause it to light up the area of the mesosphere they were hitting with VHF (Very High Frequencies). Basically, the overall goal of the test was to see it light up... like a "Tequilla Sunrise" And record the temperature, plasma density,etc in the effected area.

This information shows that once again, this had nothing to do with a rocket malfunction. That is simply the alibi they are feeding to the media. Through this information listed above, this proves the activation of the project Tequila SUNRISE through EISCAT on the morning of December 9th, 2009 in Norway.