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Title: Just videoed my first UFO
Post by: MagnaProp on December 23, 2017, 04:27:45 AM
Got this on video tonight. I'm guessing its a rocket of some kind. Never see them around here so I'm not sure what's up. Even stranger to see two pieces of it. A bunch of cars were parked along the freeway which is never the case. I'm guessing they saw what I saw and stopped for pictures.

https://youtu.be/EkbJDgZYRG8
Title: Re: Just videoed my first UFO
Post by: Void on December 23, 2017, 07:58:24 AM
Hi MagnaProp.  I don't know one way or the other, but the news is currently reporting that
it was a SpaceX Rocket launch.

Final SpaceX rocket launch of 2017 lights up Southern California sky
http://abc7.com/technology/final-spacex-rocket-launch-of-2017-lights-up-socal-sky/2813922/

All the best...
Title: Re: Just videoed my first UFO
Post by: sm0ky2 on December 23, 2017, 04:16:40 PM
Hi MagnaProp.  I don't know one way or the other, but the news is currently reporting that
it was a SpaceX Rocket launch.

Final SpaceX rocket launch of 2017 lights up Southern California sky
http://abc7.com/technology/final-spacex-rocket-launch-of-2017-lights-up-socal-sky/2813922/ (http://abc7.com/technology/final-spacex-rocket-launch-of-2017-lights-up-socal-sky/2813922/)

All the best...


Identification confirmed.
This is no longer a UFO.


The ‘triangle’ shape is the Falcon 9 rocket, and its boosters heading to the two ships in the
landing zones.
These are controlled landings. Both booster rockets are recovered and refueled.
(or repaired, recycled, or sometimes they are lost)




The launch originated from a leased area of Vandenberg AFB,
They just took 10 Irridium-powered spacecom cubesats into orbit.
Over the next few weeks these will fall into formation and establish a
planetary orbital communications network so the air force spacecraft
can communicate no matter which side of the planet they are on.


They are basically eliminating the problem of ‘going dark’.
Title: Re: Just videoed my first UFO
Post by: MagnaProp on December 24, 2017, 07:50:57 AM
Thanks for the info Void and smOky2. Glad to know it was one of ours. It was quite something to see. This video doesn't really do it justice due to the quality.

I'm curious if the CHP keeps track of how many accidents there were that night. Looked like those stopped on the side of the freeway were a mix of picture takers and those that rear ended the cars in front of them while most likely picture taking.

Seemed like a strange trajectory as it appeared to travel almost horizontally to the left instead of up which I'm sure added to peoples reactions.
Title: Re: Just videoed my first UFO
Post by: Void on December 24, 2017, 07:28:42 PM
Hi MagnaProp. Yes, it seems pretty negligent if this SpaceX rocket launch wasn't 
announced all over the news well before hand in Southern California warning people
of the planned SpaceX rocket launch, and telling people not to be surprised or alarmed if they
saw the weird looking light and contrails streaking across the sky. It wouldn't surprise me at all if there
was a higher than normal number of accidents during the time that rocket streaked across the
Southern California sky. It seems it should go without saying that something like that needs to be
announced in the news for several days before hand. It is certainly not something the average
person might recognize. :)

All the best...
Title: Re: Just videoed my first UFO
Post by: MagnaProp on December 26, 2017, 06:09:18 AM
I agree Void. I guess it was announced but I didn't hear anything about it. I remember people slowing down with some flashing their hazard lights. We have amber alert signs over the freeways here that always have something posted on them like "Buzzed driving doesn't always mean drunk driving", and such. Maybe put that in the signs as well, especially if it's after dark when it'll be more visible.

I was getting ready to honk at people for going so slow for no apparent reason before I saw it as well.

Not my video but a lot of this was going on. Skip to 1:11 for the crash...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fWTguI-kUEU                                   
Title: Re: Just videoed my first UFO
Post by: sm0ky2 on December 26, 2017, 02:09:31 PM
We also have to consider the security side of this.
And how much info they can actually give us pre-launch.


That affects the ability of sabotage or interference with the mission.


The less people know too far in advance, the less likelihood of problems occurring.
Those cubesats are kind of a big deal. There’s infinite future events that are hinged
on them arriving in their planned orbital positions.



Title: Re: Just videoed my first UFO
Post by: MagnaProp on December 28, 2017, 07:41:39 AM
Good point sm0ky2. I'd settle for unannounced but during the daytime. Too much of a light show at night. Maybe do it around 2am when hardly anyone is on the road.

So why does it appear to be going more left than up? Burns more fuel the longer they stay in our atmosphere. Perhaps it has to do with our planet being flat?