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I re-taped this from a Chinese website called YOUKU. This is a Russia, Kazakstan's military missile and apparenly it looks like it has been controlled by something (UFO?) and turned it into something else. Now Can some explain this? Doesn't this look like our Georgia UFO in the first part and turned into something else! Very interesting footage
Another fireball UFO has appeared in a video on YouTube, but this one mysteriously metamorphoses into something apparently inexplicable.
The object appears to be on fire and falling through the sky, reminiscent of some of the fiery UFOs filmed recently in places like Georgia and Mexico.
The YouTube user who posted the video says the footage comes from Youku, which is a Chinese website similar to YouTube. The comment says the object is a Russian missile that looks like it is being controlled by something, maybe a UFO.
It appears that the person who shot this video was filming the screen while watching the original video of the UFO, as halfway through the footage the motion seems to be paused, with a red logo glimpsed at the top left and the letter “e” on the bottom left wavering in and out of the video.
During this time, the camera zooms in and the leading core begins to enlarge and change. Several tiny white lights are flashing around the object and its tail, both glowing with a whitish light (probably due to the effect of filming a computer screen), as the core becomes semi-translucent with a striped appearance.
This footage is certainly unusual, and may well be a hoax.
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However the rocket captured here is most likely the Soyuz-2. The rocket, carrying six Globalstar satellites from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, launched early in the morning the same day the videos were uploaded. It is a three-stage carrier type rocket designed for delivering payloads into lower orbit. The strange transformation is most likely caused by the different stages of burns.
Originally posted by here4awhile
what kind of rocket does that though? for what purpose...
Originally posted by RUSSO
How can you be so sure?