Though the infernal Windsor Hum remains, nearby residents can sleep a little easier knowing it's not all in their heads. To this day many questions remain: Were the pilots on a suicide mission, and if so, why? In a newly-published study in Spanish Royal Society of Natural History Journal, they reveal that the culprit is Haematococcus pluvialis, a freshwater green microalgae that's capable of synthesizing a red carotene pigment called astaxanthin. Hopes for finding the flight mostly depended on locating the airplane's "black box," equipped with an electronic pinger that sends out a regular sound signature. Haematococcus pluvialis isn't usually found in the Mediterranean region, so the scientists aren't sure how it got into the rainfall over Zamora. Last year, residents of the Spanish village of Zamora were startled when what looked like raindrops of blood fell from the sky. Yuan says that this is the first time ball lightning has been seen to be created by a cloud-to-ground lightning strike. The search continues and though it's likely that this mystery will be solved one day, it may take months or years longer.
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