posted on Sep, 8 2013 @ 07:44 AM
With this Syrian UFO being compared to the 'Black Knight' Satelite - and I have to agree, it looks like being from the same family. Smooth faired
bodywork for atmospheric entry and very much Carrier / assault craft look about them. But what is truly bothering me is how the 'Black Knight' is
described as a part from a previous satelite launch or an insulation blanket, etc.
Shuttle Mission STS-7 was hit by a fleck of paint from a previous Apollo Launch, naturally the orbital speed difference was many thousands of miles
per hour and the impact damaged a window in much the same way as a bullet could. So how exactly could Shuttle mission STS-088 manage to match the
orbit of space debris 'Black Knight' so precisely that the images taken didn't even have the slightest motion blur?, when experience shows us that
the orbital debris is chaotic and with great variance of orbital speed.