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Originally posted by Insomniac
Originally posted by CHEDwick
It's a comet
Not so I'm afraid. A comet that bright would have been visible months ago as it approached and would have had telescopes all over the northern hemisphere looking at it. Also because of their distance, comets appear to us to be moving very slowly, so if it were a comet it would still be there and would be visible for months to come as it continues its journey.
To me, the evidence seems to point towards a missile launch.edit on 23/1/11 by Insomniac because: Amended sentence
Originally posted by Gorman91
That's a signature rock falling into the atmosphere from space. Either that or a very very very very very precise sun spot from far away.
A quick succession of international space supply trucks will arrive on the International Space Station's loading docks early in 2011, dropping off more than 11 tons (10,000 kilograms) of food, computers, medical equipment and supplies, spare parts and experiment gear - not to mention the necessities of everyday human life in orbit.
Originally posted by d4ng3rm0u53
reply to post by Human_Alien
I'm sorry but why is it that when somebody sees a light in the sky it's immediately a flying creature from another reality/dimension/area of space? Is it better to throw rocks at the moon or to think that the moon is made from cheese? Or maybe its a "GOD" thing that is just beyond human understanding?
Please think about what things are around you and think about real world silly things like physics, aerodynamics, or for that matter common sense.
Here's a link from English Russia that has the same pictures. englishrussia.com... I know, maybe that sight is propagated by superior beings. Get a grip people.