Hessdalen is a hotspot for unexplained arial phenomena.
These mesmerizing objects are undeniably real, and their presence shows no signs of fading away.
Strong, white or blue flashes.
Lasting anywhere from a fraction of a second to a few seconds
Yellow or yellow-white ball of light.
These have different shapes. They can stand still for minutes, even hours, and they can move slowly, or fast. Can be several meters in diameter. The ground has been illuminated. Another light with another color can be attached to the main light.
Several lights together.
It looks like the lights are connected to an object.
The Hessdalen Phenomenon manifests itself as much more than a light phenomenon. During field studies, 10 times more radar detections of objects were recorded, compared to visible observations. Hence these objects are frequently invisible in the optical spectrum, which adds to the mystery.
When the phenomena appears the system will automatically start recording. We are working to integrate live streaming and mobile notifications for members.
The Blue Box
With all the Equipment to capture the Phenomena.
Live camera. Alarm system. Magnetometer. Radar. Spectrum Analyzer. Two weather stations.
3 x Novus NVC-GDN5801C-2
There are two cameras directed towards the southwest and one camera to the northwest. We want to upgrade our cameras!
Goal: Triangulate and follow
a scientific endeavour
we need to get all of it - optical, radar, thermal, wide band spectrum analyzer, magnetometer, all correlated in a tracking mode configuration
A new international research initiative
"The Hessdalen phenomenon represents the most important laboratory in the world to study recurrent anomalous aerial phenomena” - Massimo Teodorani
The Research Team
Erling P. Strand
The President of Project Hessdalen
Co-founded and led the Hessdalen project in the early 1980s. Through field investigations, monitoring systems, and data collection, he applies scientific methods and advanced equipment to study the nature and characteristics of the Hessdalen lights.
Ph.D. in Astrophysics
Scientific consultant in Project Hessdalen An astrophysicist, specializes in atmospheric and plasma physics. His research focuses on the unique light emissions observed in Hessdalen, resulting in scientific publications and presentations at conferences.
UFO witnesses, engineers, programmers, and more.
Established in the summer of 1983, Project Hessdalen has seen the involvement of some team members since its inception. Now, a new generation of researchers, engineers, software developers, and community builders are joining the team, further strengthening the project goals.
The Hessdalen Phenomenon is unique - help us!
Donate or become a member to help us solve this enigma that could lead to new discoveries within science, energy and humanity itself.
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Project Hessdalen is an open Discord community server. Want to ask questions to the researchers? Join the Discord server.
5 Euro per month Access to the member area in discord. Access to Stage events for members only. With rights as specified in the articles of association.
We plan to enable mobile notifications every time the AI detects an anomaly - then you could access the live streaming cameras and see what is going on. These notifications will be sent to members only.
Be part of the solution
Join us in our mission to solve the ultimate cosmic puzzle!
Field Trip Weekend: September 6-8, 2024
Observe, investigate, and experience
Workshop on how to use the UAP detection equipment in the field. Late night field work on two known hotspot for unexplained arial phenomena in the valley. Guided tours and eye-witnesses telling about their sightings of UFOs. Discussions around the campfire. And lectures by Erling Strand and Massimo Teodorani. Now is your chance to join! - limited to 24 participants
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Your substantial donation can shape the future of our research. With your support, we'll acquire advanced equipment, conduct field investigations, collaborate with experts, and analyze crucial data.