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Anyhow I do agree with those of you who claim otherwise that you do have a point. Looking at the pictures it does look really strange. Now I came to think about a tradition that they have in Asia. You probably have seen this before on TV, that when they have a festival or other event they send up these Fire Balloons.
The Fire Balloon do have that same shape like we se on camera. The wind would probably flicker the light sometimes making the balloon disappear.
And also now that I think about it. It would be a cheap and easy way to measure radioactivity in the area if they had some equipment onboard. As long as the wind is blowing right it would be the safest way for the Japanese to do tests at the Fukushima Nuclear Plant I think. If you already have seen this great documentary about the Chernobyl disaster ☢ The Battle of Chernobyl - Best Documentary of the Nuclear Disaster of Chernobyl ☢ You would know that 600 Russian helicopter pilots died from the radiation when they were dumping lead into the reactor.
Tell me what you think.