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Thursday, November 26, 2015

Strange Fireball Object Spotted Flying over Siberia

In this modern world, people have come to ask whether or not UFO exist? While the question needs some in-depth research, there are still many people who come to conclude that some sighting do exist. As in the case of the strange object seen hovering in the sky over Siberia. This sighting includes 'a scary but wonderful' extraterrestrial item has been spotted buzzing above the IKEA branch in Siberia, leaving lots of Russians confused by the bizarre sighting.
The fireball that cut through the sky was seen by the witness over a huge area that even Kazakhstan was included. As a result, such sighting provoked claims of social media regarding the alien visit. The strange object was taken from a car. According to the footage, it was soaring over a giant IKEA in Omsk, western Siberia. According to one theory, it was a firing test of l RS-12M Topol demanded by Vladimir Putin which launched from Kapustin Yar in cosmodrome in southern Russia. In east-central Kazakhstan, the missile hit a target at Saryshagan polygon. If so, a direct routing will never take it close to the places being sighted in the western Siberia. According to the astronomers at the Siberian State University, the 17th of November sighting is not a comet.

They even stated that such object was only the second stage of Topol (intercontinental ballistic missile) that launched at 15:12 Moscow time from the Astrakhan region. So that the trajectory does not change, it was whirling. In fact, the staffer Camila Sharzhanova said that the fuel left was discharged through side nozzles. Vladimir Krupkok, planetarium head in Oms, suggested that it could have been an unreported launch in northern Russia from Plesetsk. 

Siberia appears to be eventful these days. Not only from ordinary incidents, but also from the extraterrestrial happenings. Will the strange object or so-called the UFOs suffice in this matter?
 

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