posted on Aug, 31 2011 @ 12:45 PM
Space is, for the most part, a vacuum. As there is no atmosphere, an explosion in space can produce ejecting matter but cannot produce a shock wave.
We also would have to question what could cause an explosion large enough to be seen from the Earth and that produces an apparent shock, that
traverses what appears to be hundreds of thousands of miles, in the time frame.
So either you believe that there was an explosion that produced a shock wave or you consider the possibility that what appears in the video was an
internal reflection in the 'scope.
suggests that the simplest explanation is the truth. In this case an internal
reflection is the simplest explanation for the observed phenomena.
edit on 31/8/2011 by chr0naut because: (no reason given)