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Originally posted by mac420
reply to post by Lichter daraus
Isn't UFO the correct terminology for something that you don't know what it is? lol cant wait to see whats found.
TV channels show rocket launch from Plesetsk
In its 0900 UTC news on May 5, Russian Defense Ministry-controlled "Zvezda" TV channel showed a report about the May 4 launch of a Soyuz-2 carrier rocket from the Plesetsk cosmodrome with a military communications satellite, Meridian, on board. Video showed the rocket being prepared for launch, the launch at dusk, and an awards ceremony after it, attended by the Russian Space Troops commander.
The launch was also shown on Russian state news channel "Rossiya 24". A brief video was followed by mobile phone footage from Perm (some 1,500 km east of Plesetsk) sent by a local resident, who at first took the rocket in the sky for a UFO.
Originally posted by Turiddu
I'm sure someone here will post one of those ever so silly "Wormhole!!!1" threads in response to it.
Originally posted by MulderFox
Originally posted by Lichter daraus
reply to post by JimOberg
Yeah most likely because seems people are quick to say ufo before they really know what it is or isn't.
Maybe that is why they call it a UFO, you know (U)nidentified (F)lying (O)bject. xD