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Unread postPosted: Fri Dec 11, 2009 5:42 am 
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Was this the Norway one?


That is a pic of a shuttle launch.



And after watching the video's again..

http://www.vgtv.no/?id=27558&category=1

Video of spiraling missle apparently 'sploding.

http://www.vgtv.no/?id=27553&category=1



This one has to be a time lapsed photo..


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Unread postPosted: Fri Dec 11, 2009 5:53 am 
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Were that smoke/exhaust from a rocket it would be distorted by wind fairly quickly would it not?



It was....

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Not trying to quash Dr X's Trungent theory, but I thought this was amusing:

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Unread postPosted: Fri Dec 11, 2009 8:24 am 
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A little off-topic, but...
Saw an impressive display of The Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis to you science-types :wink: ) last night. I've only seen them in this part of Michigan once before---although they are quite common in my old stomping grounds in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, and at our place "up north" in northern Lower Michigan.
Anyways, it's always awe-inspiring and even more beautiful with all the Christmas lights and fresh snow. But it most likely has nothing to do with this topic. Carry on.


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Unread postPosted: Fri Dec 11, 2009 8:36 am 
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what happens to a large rocket/missle/craft, or what flight pattern would one then take if a
directional/stering rocket appendage, one of several were to fail....

hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.



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Mick wrote:
A little off-topic, but...
Saw an impressive display of The Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis to you science-types :wink: ) last night. I've only seen them in this part of Michigan once before---although they are quite common in my old stomping grounds in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, and at our place "up north" in northern Lower Michigan.
Anyways, it's always awe-inspiring and even more beautiful with all the Christmas lights and fresh snow. But it most likely has nothing to do with this topic. Carry on.


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Cool beans! the aurora is on my list of things to see before I die. I'm lucky if I can see a star in this town. There's just too many street lights.


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It was....
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Wait... are you sure those are in order?

Seems the light on the horizon is brighter for the second, suggesting you have them posted in opposite order.

Also, every video I have seen which has a high enough resolution to pick up the 'extra light' shows it disappear when the spiral vanishes.

A spiral formation from a rocket losing one side of power makes sense by itself- but, as the pictures above suggest, to have a rocket heading towards you suddenly create a perfect spiral above you, and the vapor from that spiral cloud suddenly disappear does not make sense.

This could very well be time lapsed (I do not know, it was not annotated as such that I saw):
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Notice the different directions the blue light/cloud... whatever faces and the facing of the spiral.

And if it was a rocket, wouldn't the spiral at least have a little blue in it?


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It was a rocket people... trust me no one is using a slider device... nor did the LHC open up a black hole... aliens are not invading from Alpha Centauri ...

Interesting.. yes... but a mystery no...


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Right and isn't the LHC out of commission right now anyways?



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