Tons of people in California are saying they saw a UFO and are posting pics and videos of it on Twitter right now.
HELLO, it was announced in the papers, the military is launching rockets out of Vandenburg all week for tests:
Enough people are talking about it on Twitter now that people might be making shoops at this point but this looks rad
It's a research rocket, probably military satellite
>Not all the time.
I thought you two would be bros with skinwalkers and guns...
Just search California in k, should get you the thread. Can't link because lol phone.
Hey all, we just seen this outside as well over her in las vegas!
No Idea what it was, I couldn't take a picture my phone sucks. It looked exactly like OPs picture. Big white mist with a long bright blue trail behind it. In front of the white mist was a small moving object. Was not a plane or helicopter. Was an incredible sight to see. It was on our local news when it happened.
There's similar sightings from 11/6/2013. Coincidence? I think not .
Dude, its the sun reflecting off of its exhaust while its very high in the atmosphere.
Dude, things very far away have little apparent motion.
Dude, I already fully explained it and gave natural examples in the other thread.
Dude, you're fucking stupid.
Everyone go home. And...don't drink or smoke tonight...it makes it harder for my people to anesthetize you when we abduct you.
>people see weird object in the sky
>Suddenly the government states like 20 things it could have been as if we are always just shooting off weird things into the sky and nobody ever fucking realized it
The military shut down some airspace off the coast of LA today and disrupted air traffic (source from reuters)
This is probably related, I'm assuming it's some kind of training thing going on or they lost something.
Seen in Tucson, AZ
>Normies will take it seriously and kek's around
holly shit, is this real?
because i live in mexico in Baja California, really close to california and i just saw this weird phenomenon on the sky about two hours ago.
It was like a a blue foggy sphere, that started to grow and became green and more transparent.
The strangest thing is that the starts behin that thing were unusually brigh, like 4 times brighter.
It disappeared in about 20 minutes.
I saw this in Northwest Phoenix, it was at first an extremely bright white light that turned blue and greenish, and you could even kind of make out a sphereical object, as if it was transparent, and a lot of people are reporting seeing the same thing. I really dont think this was a missile launch.
White Sands Missile Range is 4 hours east of Tucson. Nothing to freak over.
Now read this one and tell me that this isn't related to the massive freak out everyone is having:
US NAVY CLAIMING MISSILE TEST.
PEOPLE ARE SAYING BULLSHIT.
It looked nothing like a missile. It didn't move at all for about 20 minutes, and I highly doubt a missile would be seen across three states. This was not a missile or a meteor shower.
Here's a decent video of it. Skip to about 1:20 for a closeup of the UFO.
Orange County Sheriff is saying it was the Navy.
So is the news
It also moved very slowly. When Russia fired 26 missiles from the Caspian Sea it took 5 1/2 mins of full speed flight time to make the 1200 mile journey.
This "missile" is moving very slowly and was seen for a long time before the strange color change and light effects.
Its a bullshit poor excuse.
add some clouds for the more diffuse look. Add some altitude (distance) and it will look like it's not moving and be seen from 3 states. Alternatively if it's moving pretty much straight away from you it won't look like it's moving either
Did you see the links I posted? I used to work at White Sands and public affairs would put out these notices only to have people like you freak the fuck out for nothing. High altitude missiles can be seen for many hundreds of miles. Period.
Read this and get back to me. These things fucking happen. If the one in the following link was seen in AZ from southern NM, it goes without saying that it was also seen in TX and northern Mexico.
Also, the reason why it doesn't appear to move is that these are at extremely high altitudes. It's called perspective--look it up.
Most of the footage was taken from a great distance away. Additionally, in the video above it appears that the position of the viewer is aligned with the rear of the rocket. This would create/contribute to the illusion that the rocket is not moving, or moving very slowly.
>If we have high res cameras, why don't we document spooky stuff?
The thread is the answer. You post a photo, and immediately are swamped by fedoras who can't accept the fact that some things can be beyond our current explanations.
>Missiles, swamp gas, street light, stars, shops, etc
How would that in any fucking way prevent people from taking high quality pictures?
1. It happens AFTER you take it
2. Much of the criticism is specifically because it's low quality
3. There's a million conspiracy sites where you can circle jerk to the photos no matter the quality
Tfw desperate shills foaming out the mouth in all of these threads
What did you learn today anon?
>California residents are retarded
Correct one of the people interviewed thought it was a police helicopter
I'm a former U.S. Air Force Missile Warning Analyst. It's clearly a multi-stage rocket/missile. Trident II is a logical explanation, the only current U.S. submarine-based missile in the inventory. Speaking as a Californian, we only see these big launches every 2-3 years (typically out of Vandenberg AFB) so we collectively freak out when we see them. Floridians know exactly what this is because they see it every couple months out of Cape Canaveral.
Of course, they'd freak out over a paltry little 3.0 earthquake if they felt one.
Things that go to very high altitudes are visible for hundreds of miles around on the ground. Rockets leave an exhaust trail. At night, this can be illuminated by the light of the burning rocket or by the sun at higher altitudes (even if night has fallen in the last few hours at ground level). The atmosphere is fine. Most NASA rockets use liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen as fuel and thus their exhaust is merely water vapor. With submarine-based missiles, they use solid fuel for safety and stability, which leaves other chemicals as exhaust but not dangerous at all.
I'm a former U.S. Air Force shill.
We do nighttime missile tests all the fucking time. Especially over populated areas like California. You know, to keep the residents on their toes.
Try harder shill fags
>Tfw the government and the high class shadow society are damage controlling this thread
Alien burning out into another dimension to show how much more bad ass they are.
UPDATE FROM THE NAVY: Navy Strategic Systems Programs conducted scheduled Trident II (D5) missile test flight at sea from USS Kentucky, an Ohio Class SSBN, in the Pacific Test Range off the coast of Southern California. The tests were part of a scheduled, on-going system evaluation test. Launches are conducted on a frequent, recurring basis to ensure the continued reliability of the system. Each test activity provides valuable information about our systems, thus contributing to assurance in our capabilities.
>>16945852 was right.
Naval Air Station Point Mugu is a former United States Navy air station that operated from 1942 to 2000 in California.
That looks like how project bluebeam should. Instead you just know that project bluebeam is just a fancy ass projector in that nasty ass beige plastic from the 80s that was created for DARPA's annual employee rave.
So you believe what the media is saying? Isn't kind of weird that all of the details are slowly coming out after the event?
If anything, the military would have informed the public before hand if a huge event like this were to happen so they don't panic like they did.
The government puts out believable lies that keep the public from panicking and causing trouble. It's what they do every time there is something like this.
Also the words "scheduled" and "planned" is a dead give away that it's a lie.
bingo, which is why i think that anon is a government agent trying to push this idea that the military did it. Bullshit. I wanna see it in daylight and see the same effects i see now.
How do you retards even make sense of this?
>the gubberment lies and says it's missiles
>look, someone from the gubberment said their specific base didn't launch anything
>he's from the gubberment but he's not lying
>the gubberment conspiracy is nationwide and every institution is in on it including that guy
>but what he said wasn't part of the conspiracy
>but he follows orders or he will "mysteriously disappear"
1:39 vapor trail changes to illuminated blue
2:55 'missile' disappears
It looks to me like some kind of vapor dispersal, also if it were a test you'd think the military would notify CA beforehand
I really didn't want to believe that this many people were this fucking retarded, but I think the Internet has very much taken our eyes off the physical world around us.
I grew up in Southern California and have lived here all my life. I've seen dozens of missile tests, and we were just lucky to get a cool show out of a rare night time launch. They usually do this stuff during the day.
In fact about 10 years ago I was driving north on the 5 fwy just starting to pass Pendleton and they had completely shit down the freeway because a middle test went awry and slammed a no-payload rocket into the hill less than 400 yards away from the road. People were pissed, I'm surprised no one seems to have brought this up.
tl;dr Internet has made people forget how the physical world's myriad of variables can make for some cool things.
If that is what I think it is, we're all doomed.
You see, an alien race probably might have the technology to come in, spray down a deadly virus into a highly populated area like that.
Then, they know that in a matter of time, most of the entire world would be dead.
So yeah, they're after our resources.
I am not sure how much longer we have.
We've had a good run /pol/.
AYY LMAO's don't leave propulsion trails visible to the naked, unaided human eye.
>But how do you know anon
Let's just say from the age of 3 until now I had night visitors, complex surgeries, and a birds eye view of the planet too many times over.
I would love for them to be caught on camera, but they won't. I don't know what "aliens" are, but as I got older it seemed to me that they were less and less likely to be beings from "outer" space. I'm off topic, but the point is, the crafts don't emit anything you or I could see. They just move and flash without trails or fanfare.
I'm in the USAF,and you're living in a fantasy land if you believe that's true in reality. I don't care what they're "required" to do.
Please take the time to refresh your memory and read the very short article about this particular missile test.
I just need to get this idea out there in case i'm right.
What if it is a missile but not ours? Someone fired a missile at us but we blew it up with "lasers" or some shit and right now were doing damage control till we can declare an act of war or find it an accidental launch?
also friendly reminder people go to these boards and threads to do damage control all across the internet
For all intents and purposes I've got a massive stiffy for UFOs also, that's why I'm on this board in the first place. I'm old blood /x/ though, long before role play was rampant and the majority of our board culture revolved around debunking what we could to eliminate known variables.
A heavy sigh for times long passed.
Ok, that's all and well, but I'm not the one who believes this isn't a missile test. It was stated days beforehand that the navy would be conducting tests. There was confirmation tonight. The item in the sky was a classic trident II. Yet, everyone wants to believe it was an alien craft when it wasn't.
While I may need help, you and everyone else who thinks it is anything but a missile also needs a shrink or five.
Better angle. No one wants aliens to invade more than i do but this pic is conspiracy ender. Keep fighting the good fight /x/
I guess this one was taken at a closer spot. If you zoom in you can see a ship looking thing, not sure if it's shopped though.
Zoomed in, not sure if it's shopped though?
No one has mentioned how after the rocket does it's blue trail bit and mushroom head deal; there's a moment just before the trail completely disappears. In this moment the exhaust is going the wrong direction, like the missile pulled a strict 180.
What I'm thinking is that maybe the blue lingering bit is some kind of runway that the spacecraft('rocket') laid down for itself, then turned around and used.
Referencing the video with guy in orange hat overlooking freeway
I'll go ahead and tell you what this was. It was a simple demonstration for the Brits and a show of force to Russian and China. It's a testing of a missile over a civilian population that has access to advanced recording technology that will go viral due to the nature of the thing in the sky. The US doesn't have to say anything, it's just the implication of "We have new tech. Your actions in the south china sea (China) and Syria (russia) are of no consequence in the long run. We are still advancing, and are powerful still"
That's all this is, puffing and showboating in a roundabout manner.
They're not super noticeable and most are done during the day so we don't get a cool light show like we did with this one.
You have to actually look this stuff up online in a lot of cases to know when and where to look, there usually isn't some big announcing fanfare. We even had a mid day test launch just two weeks after the MCAS air show in San Diego. I watched it from my office with a bunch of my coworkers.
A rocket test makes people scream "Aliums", we're one advanced fucking civilization.
Alright, so let's say that is was a rocket just like the guvs say...what were they testing?
-whether the rocket works?
-if firing a missile towards America is okay?
-how people react to missile flying over house?
The list does NOT go on, and those are all stupid. Everything about this incident is fishy. Like a big fish who eats little fish, then goes home to his fish wife and fish children who have had their fish friends over for fish sticks and sits down on his fish couch and turns on the fish TV to the fish channel. Something's fishy here.
It's essentially a systems check. They do it once in a while to make sure that if they needed to launch they can reliably. Just head over to /k/, they have a thread about it right now.
Not even that guy, just literally read the first few lines of the wikipedia article. Human are fallible and make mistakes, especially retarded journalism majors who work for a local affiliate of some shitty network news
What is rational about checking if everything is operational by shooting towards America?
That's like pointing a gun at your head and pulling the trigger just to see if the safety still works.
Same as this one I think, different countries same shit.
>They do it once in a while to make sure that if they needed to launch they can reliably.
Yeah, out in the middle of the pacific, where there are no cities.
It's like retarded that people think this was a missile.
If it was to scare the reds: why launch it near a major US city? If it was just a test: why launch it AT NIGHT, near a major US city?
>"And plus if it's a military thing it's a good thing, that means they're making it safer for us so I wouldn't let it bother me,"
>plan a test missile that will be fucking visible all over the state
>better not inform anybody beforehand because lmao
I understand why some would think that, because it looked like a spotlight shining into the sky. Police helicopters are constantly flying around the LA area Friday-Saturday nights shining their spotlights.
It also didn't look like any other missile launches we've ever had.
That`s what they want you to believe. Is an inter dimensional portal, just like the Norway`s spiral was.
There was a helicopter patrolling the airspace, which could be seen in a few videos. Most likely long exposure + flashing beacon light on heli = trail of lights looking like a spooky UFO.
Honestly I think I saw something like that
>Thursday night 11/5/15
>in Thousand Oaks CA
>passenger seat watching my surroundings
>saw a fast green ball of light flash in the sky
>lasted less than a second
>thought it was a meteorite at first then left off thinking it was the reflection of a green stop light that we drove by
the thing i saw however had a noticeable center that was slightly different color; a green light reflection would have been solid green
thanks for reminding me
>Pointing out logical fallacies
Nice try illuminati
How is this a big event? Because you think so? It sure seems like it got a lot of coverage due to its unorthodox nature but these images and videos are all very familiar because its happened all before. This wasn't an event, this wasn't big, this was nothing. Even you will forget about it in a few days.
Neat Dude is an anagram of 'due at end'.
lol in the link you posted the guy seems to be at 2 different angles it started as an orange streak then went to that giant ball thing everyone saw (I believe I saw it from the side)
I don't know feel like it's shrills. Saw this on a /pol/ thread about this.
It was just a TEST missile guys!
California fag here. None of the pictures do it justice. It looked like a giant light beam that lit up across the entire night sky coming from a single point. I ain't /x/ so I don't believe it was ayylmoas but I find it weird that the government would tell us AFTER it happened which makes no sense.
>find it weird that the government would tell us AFTER it happened
nah, it makes perfect sense if you'd rather the public do their hooting and hollering about GUBMENT TESTIN MISSILES IN MY BACKYARD after it's already a done deal instead of before. this way they don't have any anti-nuke protestors in sailboats and zodiacs needing to be shooed away from the test area before they can launch.
Also, east coast here: I've seen a bunch of nighttime launches off Wallops, including at least one Minotaur V (basically just a repurposed Peacekeeper with a moon probe on top instead of a bundle of nukes), and that looked pretty much exactly like the photos and videos people are posting of this thing.
That doesn't make perfect sense at all. It gets way more attention this way with people thinking it's a UFO and making it go viral and shit, and people get annoyed that it wasn't announced beforehand.
Astral time warp, The government has been experimenting with interdimensional temporal hacking, they almost accidently opened up a portal to hell for a second until we quickly closed it up. I work for nasa, but don't ask me anything this is all I can say at the moment.
Don't you find comfort in the fact that even the upper echelons of society. Specifically people who determine whether or not missiles launch themselves into the atmosphere, are still just basically children showing off? We're literally all the same doesn't matter what level you're on.
I'm certain that when doing any launch over populated areas notification of at minimum emergency services IS required, if for no other reason than to avoid this shitpile of Internet gossip. Someone fucked up hard and utterly failed to follow regs, or this wasn't planned.
When was this originally posted? Any lazy CA anons willing to look in, and post, an article about the same from a newspaper a few days ago? LA times would have it, since LAX is a major global hub.
>Gentlemen, as you can clearly see, that is swamp gas reflecting sunlight. When the gas got hot enough it exploded and thats why we can see that sudden circular expansion.
Wait. It isnt 1950 anymore.
Ok. Well. Umm.
>Gentlemen, as you can clearly see, that is a missile test. The exhaust gas high up in the atmosphere is illuminated by the sun. And the expansion we see is caused by the missiles stage ll, when the warhead detaches from the rockets.
There. Perfect. So 2015. Much Call of Duty.
it was ... a russian sub!
Guam here, me and my coworker spotted what we thought was a meter Orr something very bright it lit up the sky kinda greenish as well. this was 2 weeks ago though but all these vids and pics it looked exactly like that
It's crazy how similar this is to the Norway spiral. I actually bought the rocket explanation because of a youtube video explaining the explosion but for it to happen almost exactly the same way twice seems too far fetched.
could it be China sending a little message to uncle Sam?
remember pic related?
I made some research on the UFO matter in China, on the July 7 of 2010
<<A spokesman from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) confirmed to ABC News that the matter is under investigation. He declined to disclose further details. A day after the sighting, however, an anonymous source told China Daily that authorities already discovered the identity of the UFO after an investigation but could not publically disclose the information because "there was a military connection.”>>
<<Some Chinese experts claimed that the strange sight was actually debris from a US intercontinental ballistic missile.Chinese officials later said that they knew what the object had been but were unable to make it public because there was a 'military connection.'>>
also keep in mind, this happens coincidentally at the same time as
Defense Secretary Suggests Putin Might Nuke America, Says US Will "Defend International Order"
Looks a lot like a comet, but obviously too bright to be a comet.
Yeah, I would be a little nervous about missile tests near highly populated areas.
Obviously the military just doesn't give a shit.
Well that's what I was implying.
If it was that bright, it would have to be really close to Earth, and I think a comet being that close would have been predicted by astronomers.
We would have been told about it...I would have assumed.
Everyone would have been like, alright, tonight that comet is coming close to Earth, let's run outside and take pics, or whatevs.
One of three things has happened here.
1. She didn't live on Naval Air Station Point Mogu, she lived on Naval Base Ventura County. NAS Point Mogu ceased to be in 2000 and the name changed to NB Ventura County.
2. Your GF lied to you.
3. You don't have a GF and you're just being stupid.
You choose your own path, this is your story.