Buzz footage leaves experts scratching their heads.

 Mystery light captured by Buzz the Bear's camera

Mystery light captured by Buzz the Bear's camera

Footage taken from a camera launched into space with school mascot Buzz the Bear has left experts scratching their heads.

Pool Academy sent the bear to the edge of space for a second time in September but some of the images taken revealed a strange, bright light in them. The photographs were sent to an expert and friend of Science teacher Jack Jones to analyse.

Two months later and the results reveal the origin of the lights are ‘unknown’.

 Mystery light captured again.

Mystery light captured again.

Phil Jones, IT Network Manager, spotted the strange light on the photographs when he was going through all the images.

Unsure of what he saw he called for help on solving the mystery.

Jack Jones said: “I took the photographs to show a space expert and he said he had no idea what the light in the sky could have been."

Phil said: “We really would like to know what the light is on the images and if there is anyone out there who could help us then we would love to hear from them.”

Buzz the Bear first journeyed into space in May this year as part of Project Infinity. The mission was so successful he went up for a second time in September where he travelled even further.

 ...and again

...and again

On his mission he was strapped to a helium balloon, along with high-tech equipment, to take photographs from the air.

If anyone knows anything about this photograph please email enquiries@poolacademy.co.uk