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UFO Fireball (Ghost Rocket) over New York November 10, 2010

Posted in UFO Phenomenon by alienspacecentereast on November 14, 2010

UFO Fireball, or a so-called Ghost Rocket, over New York November 10th 2010, caught by CBS 2´s Chopper…

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Did You See The Fire In The NYC Sky?

NEW YORK (CBS 2) Chopper 2 HD sure did see it. A bizarre, glowing red-hot streak in the sky right at sunset Wednesday on november 10th 2010, was moving briskly behind the Manhattan skyline. CBS 2 reached out to a top astronomer who looked at the video. He said it looks beautiful, but that is was like nothing more than what’s known as a “contrail”, a condensation trail from a commercial or military jet (ehm, if this is the normal speed of the video, you can take your contrails, balloons and geeses, and put them up in your arse). I wonder why the medias intend to show us such a bad quality? They do know about something called WHITE BALANCE or..?


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Mystery Missile no Airplane Contrail, most likely a ICBM Launch

Posted in Mysteries by alienspacecentereast on November 11, 2010

Mystery missile was no Airplane contrail but most likely an ICBM test launch – in my humble opinion, I think it was some kind of InterContinental Ballistic Missile test, launched from a military submarine or military ship. One theory is, that it was launched unintentionally, but consider all the sercurity levels you have to go through, following a protocol strictly, before you can “punch wrong buttons”. It simply outrules the whoops-theory. I think it was an intentionally test launch of a substantial missile, maybe an InterContinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) of some type. We have all seen NASA´s shuttle launches and numerous other cargorocket liftups, and we know how they look like in the sky, you know, the sparkled fire leaving a thick contrail in the sky. I have never seen an airplane sparkle like this craft does, that I strongly believe is a missile, see video below…

Former US Deputy Secretary of Defence Robert Ellsworth told it was a pretty big missile but not a Tomahawk cruise missile. He also aired his opinion about, that it could be a test firing of an intercontinental ballistic missile from a submarine, to demonstrate to Asia that United States can do that. Other speculations are, that it could be a target, which was launched to test anti-missile lasers, which are currently being developed and do get tested in the Pacific.

In the videos above and below, you can see a flash and I wonder why all the videos I have seen so far, don´t show anything about this flash? They cut or zoom out fast when the flash appears. It´s like you stop the movie when it is most exiting. If I was video editor working for Sky2 or CBS8, I would focus on the sequences where the explosion-like flash appears. You know, where some dramatic event unfolds.

You see in one sequence Sky2 cuts the clip just as the flash appears and in another sequence, they zoom out just then the flash appears. CBS8 choose to wait just after the flash (see clip 4 in the video above) and precise that flash looks like an explosion to me. You may have noticed, that the contrail stops at a certain point and we see no more sparkling light, fire in the sky or flashes. The theory it could be a target, which was launched to test anti-missile lasers, could be a very good explanation – the missile was for target practise and they shot it down with lasers? See the video below for slowmotion footage…

New development November 15th 2010

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Mysterious submarine missile launch not an accident

Posted in Mysteries by alienspacecentereast on November 10, 2010
Mysterious submarine missile launch not an accident

Mysterious submarine missile launch not an accident

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The mysterious missile launch november 8th 2010, from a position north of Catalina Island, approximately 35 miles out to sea, could not be an accident and must have been launched from a submarine. But military and aviation agencies and experts have no clue who is behind this rocket launch. It appeared to be a substantial missile, maybe an ICBM missile, that made a spectacular contrail in the skies over Southern California and the Pacific.

Submarine Missile Launch picture 1a Submarine Missile Launch picture 1b (auto levels) Submarine Missile Launch picture 2a

According to NBC News Pentagon correspondent Jim Miklaszewski, “it could not be a planned military launch” and one possibility is, that the missile was “launched unintentionally and someone may have simply punched the wrong button“..? What? We all know, that there are a PROTOCOL to follow before you launch a missile of this kind. You have several security stages to go through before you get a chance to punch wrong buttons! With a reported launch position far out on sea, it must have been a military submarine or ship, no other explanation fits this event.

Another weird theory also expressed on NBC´s website are, that it could be a “sophisticated launch just to create a spectacular sight in the sky“..? They continue with, “yet another theory is that the object was a contrail that, when viewed from a certain angle, appeared to be a signal of a missile launch“..? You just don´t fire an InterContinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) to hundreds of millions of dollars, “just to create a spectacular sight in the sky”, and no matter what, you still need a MISSILE of some kind (or airplane), to make a contrail of that size in the sky…

This missile launch was NO ACCIDENT and it came from a submarine. Pentagon knows something, unless it is a “black budget” and only a few elitists + a submarine crew, have knowledge of what was going on that monday evening november 8th 2010. Something is not quite right and why are we not informed? I think it was a secret test firing of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) from an underwater military submarine!

New development November 15th 2010


More about the mystery missile…

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