It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
Originally posted by Smokersroom
The level of self-delusion in this thread is mindblowing. It's a rocket. End of story.
The halo effect is caused by the light bouncing off a thin, high level layer of clouds.
It appears to be 'slower than a jet' because it's a long way away. It's called parallax.
Originally posted by alfa1
Originally posted by NeoVain
I am sorry but where do you get this info? From what i can find, this info is incorrect. According to news sources, it crashed near tobolsk, siberia, not novosibirsk.
Back on page 1, somebody posted a news source. I was going by that.
The RIA Novosti news agency reported debris was found in the region of Novosibirsk...
Maybe RIA Novosti, or spaceflightnow are wrong.
Maybe the other sources are wrong.
We should check.
"Early information suggests that the Soyuz-2 suffered a malfunction during the third stage and the satellite came down in Siberia,” a source told the news agency.
Read more: www.foxnews.com...
Originally posted by Phage
Obvious conclusion. It is the Soyuz launch
Originally posted by tauristercus
If this is a genuine vid of that Meridian failure, and I have no reason (at the moment) to suspect it's not genuine, then the vids presented in the OP MUST be of some other phenomena.
December 3, 1967, 3:04 PM: The "Mys Kammenny" ("Stoney Cape") UFO, named for the point of origin of an Ilyushin-18 flight carrying scientific personnel back to Moscow, from the records of Soviet ufologist Feliks Zigel. This "multiple sighting" involved scientific workers on the aircraft and traffic controllers on the ground. The
"intensely bright" light followed the aircraft as it maneuvered. Actually it was the Kosmos-194 spy satellite being launched. American ufologist Bill Moore: "Zigel's reports tend to be limited to those UFO cases that have managed to withstand the most rigorous scientific investigation." Red Skies: A History of UFOs in Russia, UFO Report, June 1980.
Originally posted by jimnuggits
A chinese Soyuz swamp gas refraction. Obviously...
It's the amazing amount of denial that I really enjoy.
If a UFO wrote the Preamble in lights and landed on some of the ATSer's faces, began to wiggle, they would still say 'CGI.'