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Footage of UFO blasting out of a worm hole!

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posted on May, 21 2009 @ 02:41 PM

What in the world is it?

posted on May, 21 2009 @ 02:45 PM
pretty whacky... ive never seen nething like it so i have no idea, pretty suspicious to me id say tho

posted on May, 21 2009 @ 02:46 PM
this has been posted here before. that footage is of a delta V rocket that had launched from Vandenberg air force base.

its nice footage but its not a UFO sorry

posted on May, 21 2009 @ 02:47 PM
After living on Vandenberg AFB for a short time....and watching these live....

That is a missle test and the "dot" is stage 2 as the missle is launching into Orbit. And more than likely launched from Vandenberg AFB

[edit on 5/21/2009 by greeneyedleo]

posted on May, 21 2009 @ 03:00 PM

Originally posted by Mercenary2007
this has been posted here before. that footage is of a delta V rocket that had launched from Vandenberg air force base.

its nice footage but its not a UFO sorry

i agree

we have gone over this footage in length previously

it is indeed a ballistic missile launch test

this has been confirmed , try searching for delta V rocket ufo and see what comes up if your curious to look further

posted on May, 21 2009 @ 07:02 PM
This video was originally submitted HERE
With the title:
Unknown Object in P.D.R. CA

and its description reads:

November 8,1997 An Unknown Object that flew over Toe`s Beach in Playa del Rey,CA. Notice the bright object right over it.

Delta II Rocket / Iridium MS-5 Launch Photos

On the evening of 1997 November 8, a Delta II rocket carrying five Iridium communications satellites lifted off from Space Launch Complex 2-West at Vandenberg AFB. The launch took place during evening twilight and the rocket climbed out of the Earth's shadow and into sunlight, creating a memorable display visible over a wide area. The webmaster recorded the event on film from Santa Ynez Peak in Santa Barbara County, California.

The Delta II carries the Iridium 38, 39, 40, 41, and 43 satellites into orbit as its sunlit contrail is suspended in the dusk sky. The webmaster took this photo during the late portion of the first stage burn just before main engine cut-off (MECO). The bright white dot on the right is the planet Venus.

This image shows the sunlit contrail from the Delta II just after first stage main engine cut-off. Following MECO, the rocket dropped significantly in brightness and was difficult to see. The very faint white speck in the lower left may be the rocket following second stage ignition.

Delta II Rocket Launch, Vandenberg AFB, CA
November 8, 1997, 17:35 PST

Exposure: 1/30 sec.
Film: K-Mart Imation ISO 400 color print
Lens: Tamaron 28mm-200mm f/3.5 at 28mm.
Location: Goleta, CA, 42 miles ESE of launch point.
The top frame shows the rocket's exhaust plume illuminated by the sun, about 20 minutes after sunset. Venus can be seen below the rocker, Jupiter is off to the lower left of the rocket. The bottom frame is a close up of the rocket approaching Jupiter. The exhaust plume is now in direct sunlight. Notice the difference between the white plume in the top frame and orange exhaust in the lower frame.

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[edit on 21/5/2009 by internos]

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