No - or at least not all of the footage shows missile tests...
The Pravda article at the link you provided relates to sightings in the city of Elista (in Russia's southern Republic of Kalmykia) during December
2010. Those sightings are already being discussed in an existing thread, entitled "Norway
looking spiral in Russia?".
The existing thread includes a link to the following video:
Several people in the existing thread have noted the similarities between that footage and night launches of a missile. Several links to videos of
such night launches have been posted in that thread, e.g. this one:
It seems that some of the press coverage and discussion online conflates several different pieces of video footage, which may show different things.
For example, the Pravda article at the link you provided includes a link to the video from RT News below includes concentric circles of lights
rotating in opposite directions which clearly are NOT from a missile launch and states that those lights were caused by a spolight set up at a local
All the best for the approaching New Year,
edit on 29-12-2010 by IsaacKoi because: (no reason given)
We need to build up to something that can't be easily explained away by spotlights or anything else within the creative imagination of those who
can't handle this information. Something that just boggles the mind and defies any and all "logical" explanations. We had one earlier in Texas
that was quickly labeled skydivers and the thread was locked, which I thought was completely ridiculous. More of that, please.
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