posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 11:05 AM
These are definitely important and weird-looking videos [this one has been posted before] and there have been a lot more of them as videocameras
proliferate in Russia. On October 10, another flight test of the same type -- from Kapustin Yar on the lower Volga to the Sary Shagan anti-missile
site in Kazakhstan -- was also spotted by chance by astronauts on the space station.
I'm preparing a detailed report on that.
My main conclusion, which surprised me, is that the SECOND light, the fan shaped image, is not part of the launch sequence but is the steering
thrusting of the warhead 'bus' carrier, as it aims for impact. Triangulation shows it's about 500 kilometers high, moving at ICBM-speed and already
descending. I've found two dashcam videos from Russia that, because they operate continuously, actually caught both the start of the burn, and its end
[55 seconds duration], where a brief side-mounted rocket firing spins up the warhead's 'Reentry Vehicle' [RV]. Astronaut photos show the 'spiral'
expand into a circle and then flatten out as the lower portion encounters the atmosphere. Awesome views -- please be patient for the report.
These cases are important for UFO studies because they are 'dry runs' for genuine anomalous apparitions and are 'control experiments' in eyewitness
Thanks for keeping your eye out for them. ATS is the place to be for monitoring anomalous observations worldwide!!
edit on 13-12-2013 by JimOberg because: (no reason given)