"Stina Svensson, 28, was on his way home from the driving school when she saw a mysterious light phenomena in the sky."
"– It was as several fireballs that went fast. I just got to get up the cell phone and film any of them, " she says."
"Rymdforskaren Eric Stempels have seen the movie and have a theory about what she saw."
"it was just after 19 on Wednesday night when Stina Svensson saw the phenomenon in the sky in Mälarhöjden, outside Stockholm."
"– It was like a fireball high in the sky. I was a little afraid. They were orange-red and was flying in quite high speed. First came three, and then three–four, " she says."
"Stina Svensson perceived no sound associated with the phenomenon."
"– I took up the camera to film, but realized in retrospect that I had just held up the camera without pressing the record button. In the end I managed to film a little bit and then zoom I'm in."
"They had the same distance between them”"
"On the film's perceived Stina Svensson that the object was moving."
"– It's like that it spins and is a bit elastic, kind of like pulling the jelly. But when I looked with the naked eye, it was like they went straight forward. They had roughly the same distance between themselves also."
"Neither SOS Alarm or the Swedish meteorological and hydrological institute have received a few observations about the light phenomena during the night."
"When Aftonbladet, contact rymdforskaren Eric Stempels, Uppsala university, check he images from rymdkameror during the evening."
"– There is nothing that stands out at the 19-time explaining what she saw, no meteors or anything like that, " he says."
"the Theory: the Reflection of the satellite"
"After that, Eric Stempels got to see Stina Svensson's film, however, he has a theory."
"– My guess based on the distance to the stars, and how long you see the phenomenon is that it can be a satellite, that the sunlight reflected on it. It is something that can happen in connection to the dusk. I can also see several satellitspår at 19 o'clock on rymdbilderna."
"On the film see it at one point out that that the object will dissolve and disappear. It parses the Eric Stempels like mobilkameran lose focus. And he believes that what is perceived as the object moves, in fact, is handshakes."
"– It is probably the hand that moves and it becomes evident when she zoomed in. You see molnstrukturer and a star in the background and they are fairly constant compared with the object."
"Stina says that she saw several pieces of ”fireballs” at the same time. There may have been several satellites, then?"
"– Yes, they go in polar orbits and are often located in the same direction. I myself have seen two-three pieces at the same time once, it is quite powerful."
"Stina Svensson takes the interested part of the Eric Stempels theory."
"– It was, in and of itself for a while after twilight, and I really think it looks on the film as it moves. But perhaps it was I who touched your hand."