I had to read the source article a couple times as this sounds as if this is straight from a sci-fi movie....
In 2001, numerous people observed red rain falling over Kerala in the southern tip of India during a two month period. No joke! This really happened. I will attach a source article, a pic, and a video, to this post BUT you can find tons of info on this if you google search.
Godfrey Louis, a physicist at a nearby Cochin University of Science and Technology collected samples of the rain and found that the water was filled with red cells that look remarkably like conventional bugs on Earth. What was strange was that these bugs contained no DNA in their cells. This rules out most kinds of known biological cells. Louis published his findings in 2006, along with the tentative suggestion that the cells could be extraterrestrial. He hypothesized that perhaps a comet had distinguished in the upper atmosphere and then seeded clouds as the cells floated down to Earth. In fact, Louis says that there were reports of a sonic boom-type noise at the time.
Upon further investigation with leading panspermia theory scientists from the UK (panspermia is the idea that life exists throughout the universe in comets, asteroids, and interstellar dust clouds and that life of Earth was seeded from one or more of these sources), the team has found that reproduction of these red rain cells occur at a temperature of 121 degree C and when bombarded with light emits a spectra seen in various parts of the galaxy.
Further studies are being done...
Red Rain in India from MIT Review
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