I have to say it certainly is nice to see one of the photos of the "incident";As far as I know there are 5 photos that were taken by Dr. Peter
Goldie.The guy is a real prick though if we do get attacked by space aliens I hope he's one of the first to be killed, you wern't killed by aliens
it was lightening...lol
If you happen to have the other photos or know someone who does it would be nice to see them.
there doesnt need to be a storm system present directly under the space shuttle. The longest recorded lightening bolt was 118 miles long recorded over
Dallas, TX. If we are talking about mega lightening, which happens in the upper atmosphere, I am more than convinced it could travel farther than
thanks for posting and cofirming my suspicions regarding exposure time!
i'd like to point out, however, that if the intercepting trail looks much like the shuttle's, it's safe to assmume that it's also caused by
de-orbiting object, rather than exocitc plasma weapons designed by aliens.
such an object would most likely be a de-orbiting satellite using pulsed thrusters to maneuver itself into collision with the shuttle. i vividly
remember illustrations about star wars drones during the 1980s, which matched the description to the iota.
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