Bengaluru Bang: Mysterious Loud Noise Rattles Residents Once more on Friday Afternoon | The Climate Channel – Articles from The Climate Channel


On Might 20, 2020, Bengalureans heard a booming, loud noise on account of a sonic growth. Earlier than the authorities clarified the supply, speculations ran wild on alien invasion, earthquakes, and lots of different wild theories.

On Friday, July 2, 2021, at round 12.20 pm, an identical mysterious loud sound repeated in lots of components of the town, together with Central, East and South Bengaluru, Whitefield, ISRO Format, HAL and Ulsoor, bringing again the reminiscences of final yr’s confusion. A number of residents shared their experiences on social media with just a few light-hearted quips.

As per reviews, metropolis police suspect an identical supply as final yr of a sonic growth on account of a fighter aircraft taking off. No damages have been reported from any a part of the town. The sound depth was additionally comparatively much less in comparison with final yr when window-panes shook because of the vibrations created by the loud noise. The town police have began investigations into the matter.

Final yr, after hours of confusion, the defence spokesperson in Bengaluru clarified that “It was a routine IAF Check Flight involving a supersonic profile which took off from Bengaluru Airport and flew within the allotted airspace effectively outdoors Metropolis limits. The plane was of Plane Techniques and Testing Institution (ASTE) whose Check Pilots & Flight Check Engineers routinely check out all aeroplanes.”

The assertion additional explains, “The sonic growth was in all probability heard whereas the plane was decelerating from supersonic to subsonic velocity between 36,000 and 40000 toes altitude. The plane was far-off from the town limits when this occurred. The sound of a sonic growth may be heard and felt by an observer even when the plane is flying as far-off as 65 to 80 kilometres away from the individual.”

Even in August 2018, an identical loud noise was heard within the silicon valley of India. The supply was attributed to building work however was not confirmed official at the moment. Reviews recommend that even in 2005, Bengalureans heard an identical loud noise.

As authorities examine the supply of the noise, listed below are some reactions from the netizens:


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