Spiral UFO in Mongolia, June 21, 2011
2011-07-11 0:00

From: youtube.com



Spiral lighting flying object in western Mongolia. June 21, 2011.
This video filmed in the province Gobi Altai of Mongolia, at 47 km northeast of the Altai city, which is the center of the province. We saw this glowing and flying object at 23 pm 21st June 2011, almost for 2 minutes. Unfortunately, we were able to photograph and record it with photocamera Canon and iPhone in the last minute of observation. He was flying from west to east and at the beginning he was a glowing object with five white-tailed vaguely shaped, radially emitted from a single center. Then he changed his appearance and began to spiral or swirl shaped appearance, in the center of which saw a brightly lighting object as the video. At the end of the observation, glowing object become a unlighted black disk and re-turned a lighting object, but this time was very small as a dot and disappeared from observation. This last part is not visible on the video.

July 01, 2011.
Today I know that on 21 June 2011, at 18:38 local time, launched the Soyuz-U that carried the Progress M-11M cargo spacecraft. This start time is 22:38 local time in the Gobi Altai, Mongolia. And so this phenomenon may be track of a space rocket, because the time is same. But I don `t know about that after launch of the missile signs a spiral shape. I do not assure that the spiral shape in the sky is track of the space mission or strategic missile. In the sky of western Mongolia may be show tracks of any missiles launched from Baikonur, but what is spiral flying object observed in the sky of Australia. Also the space or other missile, what is it?

Source: youtube.com

Color Analysis: Spiral UFO in Mongolia, june 2011 ( Stargate / Portal/ Spiral/ ball lightning? )



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