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originally posted by: NoCorruptionAllowed
a reply to: brace22
I thought the same things.. I was hoping to see more details about the camera used and the lens used. Not easy to make a determination with an exposure like this. Super high end lenses for low light make shots like this a lot more revealing.
According to satellite expert Ted Molczan, it was a rocket or a spy satellite and the wide nebulous streak is the plume from the fuel dump, which probably was completed a short time before the photo below was taken.
Both sightings occurred near Kongka La Pass, a low ridge pass in the Himalayas. It is in the disputed India-China border area in Ladakh. The Chinese held northeastern part is known as Aksai Chin and Indian South West is known as Ladakh.
originally posted by: skyblueworld
Interestingly enough Jim I just seen this story on another site HERE