WHITE SPHERE SEEN IN NORTH ATLANTIC 1976
MARINE OBSERVER, 47:66, 1977
JUNE 22, 1976
Here is another sighting closer to home.
This incident was observed from a passing ship on June 22, 1976 in the North Atlantic, at about 2113-2140 hours. It is reported in the Marine Observer, Vol. 47, 1977, p. 66.
First, an orange glow was sighted behind some distant clouds. A couple of minutes later, a glowing white sphere of light was observed to the left of the orange glow, just above the clouds. The white sphere then slowly expanded to a much larger sphere, dimming as it expanded. At its maximum size, the top of the white sphere reached about 24 degrees 30 minutes elevation angle to the observer. Development to maximum size required about 10 minutes.
By 2140 hrs the sphere had faded and disappeared. The sphere was sufficiently thin that the stars could be seen through it at all times.
Again, this incident strongly fits the large Tesla globe mode of a Soviet scalar EM interferometer.
The significance and role of the orange glow are not known at this time.