Failed Russian missile test lights up Norway

chrisg46

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also here, anyone wnat to comment on this? To me, it looks like the spiral is static as far as altitude is concerned, would a failed icbm do this? I remember seeing a polaris fail on the news once just after launch, and although it spun very very quickly, it self destructed within seconds...

Mulder and scully, come back....
 
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chrisg46 said:
To me, it looks like the spiral is static as far as altitude is concerned, would a failed icbm do this?
Which it would do if it was travelling directly away from you, while spewing out fuel which is lit-up by the celestial light.
 
#6
NO NO NO GUYS its a UFO coming to get us lucky for me i have my tin foil hat on so they cant read my mind :) can wait for the **** probing to start tho :)
 

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