Schlieren Photography and Laser visualization helped us to detect in the atmosphere a field of constant ultraviolet explosions of light having power from hundred microwatt to one watt. Super-compression of ultraviolet in this field generates powerful explosions of light. The atmospheric ultraviolet explosions of light have the following characteristics: high frequency, wave super-compressibility and lacking power. The dynamic emitter of our design can transform lacking power atmospheric ultraviolet explosions into powerful explosions of the light from ten watt to thousand watt and more. The air, under the pressure of two-six bar comes in the dynamic emitter flows out and creates the supersonic jet. The interaction of the jet with low heat supply and the lacking power atmospheric ultraviolet explosions leads to focusing and super-compressing of the light wave, which calls powerful explosions of the ultraviolet light. These explosions carry out a nuclear decay, synthesize elements and porous nano materials. Recently, the Russian satellite Lomonosov, equipped with an ultraviolet telescope, recorded the powerful explosions of the light at an altitude of tens kilometers from the Earth. Russian scientists believe that explosions of the light in the atmosphere is a new physical phenomenon that modern science cannot explain yet. We assume that the powerful explosions of the light in the laboratory, the mechanism of which we present, as well as those fixed by the Russian satellite, are of the same physical nature.