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A video of a mysterious floating cityscape above a town in China has gone viral this week.
The footage captured by a local resident appears to show a city hovering in the clouds. Explanations for the occurrence range from an elaborate hoax to a secret NASA project to an actual atmospheric phenomenon.
Experts are hesitant to confirm if the video is real. In the words of atmospheric scientist Peggy LeMone, of the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado, “It looks almost too good.”
“If it is real,” states Jill Coleman, another atmospheric scientist at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, “It’s called a superior mirage, which just means it’s an upward projecting mirage. It could be something called a fata morgana, which is a certain kind of atmospheric mirage.”