posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 10:57 PM
I know, it's an old thread. There was a very convincing piece about it on ATS too, lots of research. So overwhelmingly impressive that it should
convince most readers that the spiral was somehow caused by the failed Russian missile test. It was very odd however for Russia to be so forthcoming
with an explanation that would shed so much light on a failed launch. Had they ever done so previously? Such “openness” was very unusual. What's
even more odd is that there was this second sky spiral, much less publicised however, seen over Australia on June 5th, 2010. It was much fainter than
the one in Norway, but the similarity was still striking. I'll include a link to the ABC website where there are several good photos that were taken
in different parts of the country by different photographers so readers can check that this was no hoax. It happened, just like what had been seen in
Norway. But, and here's the clanger, no missile was launched anywhere in Australia. There had been no tests from the Woomera rocket range, where it
has been very, very quiet in recent years, or anywhere else in Australia for that matter. It couldn't have been a Chinese missile either, because
theirs are fired towards the equator from their three launch sites. Any resulting trajectory, even if one had miraculously and totally unbelievably
ended up so many thousands of miles off course, would not match the one which had been observed from Canberra all the way to the Gold Coast and
Yes, I checked, these abbreviated links work, while the long format URLs somehow don't. And sorry, I didn't make up the link implying that it was a
UFO. It must have been someone at the ABC. I ckecked but didn't see any links to these photos on ATS yet. Hope I haven't missed anything.
Of course there were those who quickly claimed it to be a "satellite, space-junk or a rocket" and yes, there was a launch of a privately owned
rocket from Cape Canaveral in Florida over an hour earlier. I'd like to see anyone try and explain that that was what was seen in Australia, moving
in the other direction and so totally unbelievably way off course. Thought it might be OK to revide this thread in case any more are seen.