“Orange light” caught on a Live camera of Mt. Hakone

Photo : The current state of Mt. Hakone from the report of Japan Meteorological Agency.


Following up this article.. Japan Meteorological Agency found 3 more craters in Mt. Hakone [URL]


On 7/12/2015, the Live camera for Mt. Hakone operated by NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) caught unidentified “orange light”.

It is said that it was recorded on 20:52 (JST). The camera is viewing the mountain from the North East of crater.

The “light” seems to be in the direction of the crater.

There is no announcement on this phenomenon.








Français :

Une “lueur orange” au sommet du Mt Hakone prise par une caméra de direct


Photo : L’état actuel du Mt. Hakone selon le compte-rendu de la Japan Meteorological Agency.

Article lié : La Japan Meteorological Agency a trouvé 3 autres cratères sur le Mt. Hakone

Le 12 juillet 2015, la caméra de direct du Mt. Hakone installée par la NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) a enregistré une “lueur orange” non-identifiée.
Ils disent qu’elle a été prise à 20:52 (JST). Cette caméra braquée sur la montagne est au Nord-Est du cratère.
La “lueur” semble être en direction du cratère.

Il n’y a pas de communiqué sur ce phénomène.

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July 2015