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Unusual lights in sky draw attention

Unusual lights in the southeastern sky over Carbon County on Thursday morning drew a lot of attention. The lights appeared between 6 and 6:30 a.m. and lasted past sunrise. The lights, wispy with some bright spots in them, were reportedly a missile test done at the White Sands, N.M. test range. The test was using two missiles with one intercepting the other and blowing it up. Social media from around the west buzzed about the sight which could be seen over multiple states.

Unusual lights in the southeastern sky over Carbon County on Thursday morning drew a lot of attention. The lights appeared between 6 and 6:30 a.m. and lasted past sunrise. The lights, wispy with some bright spots in them, were reportedly a missile test done at the White Sands, N.M. test range. The test was using two missiles with one intercepting the other and blowing it up. Social media from around the west buzzed about the sight which could be seen over multiple states.




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