It is also called the Devil’s Triangle, and is located in the North Atlantic Ocean, between Bermuda, Florida and Puerto Rico.
NASA’s Tera Modis satellite is located about 720 kilometers above the North Atlantic. The satellite was filming coastal clouds, 240 miles off the Florida coast, above the Bahamas, when meteorologists spotted something strange.
Analyzing the images, they noticed a series of hexagonal clouds.
These types of hexagons over the ocean are basically air bombs. They are created by what is called a micro-storm beam, an explosion of air that escapes from the bottom of a cloud and then hits the ocean, creating waves that become even more interactive with one another. to others “.
Scientists speculate that these air bombs may be enough to move a ship or crash a plane. A UK satellite image helped explain what’s going on under the clouds.
It is powerful enough to generate waves over 15 meters high. Scientists believe that strong winds recorded in the North Sea also exist beneath hexagonal clouds over the Bahamas. Over the years, problems with the compass have been cited as one of the main causes of many disappearances.