As you have probably heard, Elon Musk’s company SpaceX performed another launch recently. The last memorable one was on December 22, 2017: and like the last one, this time people are looking for UFO’s.
After the launch on December 22, people noted some very strange things about where they had seen the exact same type of pattern in the sky before.
This was allegedly photographed around Christmas 1937, in Vancouver, Canada: it was reported as a UFO incident.
About 40 years later in Petrozavodsk, Russia the same type of thing was also photographed and reported as a UFO incident.
Another 40 years later in 2017, Los Angeles, this SpaceX launch was photographed.
Is it reaching to take these visually very similiar events and wonder if they aren’t connected?
As for the very recent SpaceX launch of one of the heaviest rockets ever successfully launched in history, people aren’t seeing things that are quite as compelling as the info from the December SpaceX launch, but just enough for mainstream articles to belittle the efforts.
For instance, one person wrote on Twitter “Check the video from 39 mins and 50 seconds the UFO in the background.”
An article from Unilad kind of belittles the effort to see what the thing is, saying “What do you reckon? Extra-terrestrials tearing it casually around our globe at the most convenient time imaginable? Or just a random inexplicable black blob?”
While it’s true that visual distortions and things that are really nothing are very often cited by people that are reaching, looking too far into things trying to find something interesting, sometimes these visual anomalies are evidence for something truly interesting.
Moving on, Elon Musk is a 46 year old billionaire who has voiced a very specific desire to pass away on the planet Mars. His public identity has been crafted into an eccentric, fun one. Perhaps that really is his personality.
Aboard the Falcon Heavy rocket which was recently launched, was a Tesla Roadster vehicle, an exposed cherry red car which blasted out Space Oddity on a loop that is endless. As you may have seen, a mannequin is present in the driver’s seat of the vehicle that is now somewhere in outer space in or near Earth’s orbit.
In his task to send this red car to the red planet, Elon Musk said:
“Test flights of new rockets usually contain mass simulators in the form of concrete or steel blocks. That seemed extremely boring.
Of course, anything boring is terrible, especially companies, so we decided to send something unusual, something that made us feel.
The payload will be an original Tesla Roadster, playing Space Oddity, on a billion year elliptic Mars orbit.”
Once the rocket undergoes a separation from the three boosters, the Falcon Heavy will eventually find itself discarding the payload fairing caps. It should propel the Tesla vehicle into a billion year elliptical orbit of Mars, where at the speed of around seven miles a second, it will travel for a long time.