Another time in CDMX! What are the strange lights in the sky when there is an earthquake

On the morning of September 22, a magnitude 6.9 earthquake woke up and surprised Mexicans after the scare of a repetition of an earthquake on September 19, as happened in 2017 and 2022.

With an epicenter in Coalcomán, Michoacán, the movement was felt in states such as Jalisco, Querétaro, Morelos, the State of Mexico and CDMX. Some people recorded their neighbors leaving their houses, but others pointed their cameras at the sky.

Thus, it was a testimony that the strange lights could be seen in the sky again, which some people say are light transformers, although this is not the case.

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According to MuyInteresante, there are records of this type of lights since the 19th century. They can have shades of emerald, jade, yellow and pale green, and they share the characteristic of manifesting when there are strong earthquakes.

To begin with, the lights are not supernatural phenomena. Instead, science says that when there is an earthquake, large amounts of energy are released from underground. The tectonic plates generate friction with each other in the earth’s crust, causing a piezoelectric field that produces flashes in the sky, a phenomenon known as triboluminescence.

Another hypothesis suggests that tectonic stress temporarily allows rocks to conduct electromagnetic energy. This produces changes in the charge of the ionosphere, producing these greenish flashes.

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