The Mysterious Lights of Marfa, Texas

 Marfa Lights

KENNESAW, Ga. (Sep 9, 2016) — These unexplained lights seemingly float in the middle of the west Texas desert. Nobody knows what causes this strange phenomenon. Watch Top 10 Weather Mysteries Thursdays at 9:00 p.m. to see more unexplained phenomena. Kennesaw State's Associate Professor of Physics Jeremy Gulley helps explain the science behind the Marfa Lights. Gulley is interviewed in the KSU Science Lab's Atrium.

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