I love it when I hear folks say 'they know'.. Strange how for the past 70+ years of this enigma, not one of you who claim 'you know' has managed to convince the unenlightened/ closed minded (love those phrases when discussing an unknown phenomenon) by at least taking this enigma out of the 'strange phenomenon' category!? Why is this do you think?
Originally posted by ladyteeny
i've come to realise there's little point in asking about those on here. it's going to be "chinese lanterns", "swamp gas", "helicopter", "comet"... anything but what some of us already know it is. nice find
I've been 'hoping' for the same as you for the past 45 years! I'm convinced places like ATS will be around in 45 years time; & this enigma will STILL be an 'enigma'; being discussed/ chewed over/ debated by those who STILL insist something is strange regarding the constant flow of un-provable data put forward! but hey, what do i know....
Originally posted by MojaveBurning
PS. Why do I always open these videos hoping it will be THE smoking gun, undeniable evidence for ufos? LOL.
Originally posted by bommer09
Sometimes I really can't believe people on this site.
Do you read the news? It is probably the new SpaceX rocket/cargo load that is in space right now.
It aims to be the first private spacecraft to dock with the ISS. This should take place either sometime today or tomorrow. Yesterday there were numerous drills in which the craft manouvered around the ISS from a distance of a couple miles in order to make sure that the astronauts and those at SpaceX had enough control of the vehicle to attempt a docking with the ISS.
Source: I read the paper this morning.
Their website: www.spacex.com...
Originally posted by Argyll
reply to post by cybersk8er
so that explains the right turn and those flashes are from the rocket exhaust?
Colour me blind, but...I'm not seeing any "right turn" at all
can you give me the time in the video you see it?
Originally posted by Zcustosmorum
I don't agree with Jim often, but he does have a point here, it's interesting footage but the possibility of CGI does remain.