I have seen a trail like this when missles go balistic and out of control. Perhaps something was launched and it went south. But at the sametime they
usually blow them up when they do this and I dont see a debris cloud at etiher end so not sure what to think.
Maybe it's one of those sky writer planes. I would guess it has one of those "student driver" stickers on it. I can hear the instructor now "No
Johnny, just keep making W's and M's. We'll do the O's and Q's next lesson."
More likely a test then actually shooting at anything. There are missile corridors in a lot of areas that few people, who do not read Flight Maps,
know about. For example, there are several right across the State of Florida. A major one that the Space Shuttle uses when landing, and several others
used for cruise missile testing. Missiles/Rockets tend to leave those zig-zaggy trails, I don't know the scientific reason for it, but it has
something to do with unburned propellant, especially during staging. We see them all the time from staged Rockets launched by NASA, down here. Very
pretty to see in person at dusk or dawn...
Hi, most strange. I saw something similar over the Ayrshire coast in July this year, although it wasnt as pronounced as this one.
Can i ask people to please check out the video between 6.3 seconds and 8 seconds. i see a white object travel from top to bottom( or right to left,
remembering the camera was being positioned at the time), would be interested in your thoughts.
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