light is actually produced from the launch of new advanced US rocket - the SpaceX rocket (read below). Would like to hear your comments about this latest development especially if you actually saw this light - rocket or not?. Further discussion available via our partner UfoEvolution forums
RealUfos reader witness testimonial:
I saw the spiral in the sky at 5.50 am from Bundaberg QLD. I was looking at it through the kitchen window that faces south and it was like a white misty ball with a white misty spiral coming off it, it was stationary for about a minute before it headed slowly east. I ran out to the front of the house and there wasn't a cloud in the sky so I saw it clearly, slowly heading out to sea. It changed from a spiral and became a lose mist that looped around the white ball in different shapes before it faded on it's way out to sea. There was still a white ball centre even though the spiral lost it's shape gradually. To me, it appeared to be only the height that a small 2 seater plane might fly because it was so clear and it was moving at about the same speed that a small plane might fly. There was no colour or blinking though, it definately was not a small plane.
New report about it being a rocket:
A bright spiralling light, believed by astronomers to be a rocket launched from Cape Canaveral, was spotted in skies across Australia's east coast just before dawn on Saturday, sparking a UFO frenzy.....
He said the timing was right for the SpaceX rocket to have travelled over the Atlantic Ocean, Africa and the Indian Ocean and be in skies over Australia at the time the spiralling light was seen.
The fact that it could be seen over such a broad area meant whatever caused the flare had to be very high in the atmosphere or in orbit above the Earth, Jacob added.
"All the information points to this SpaceX rocket," he said.
The launch of the privately owned Falcon 9 test rocket marked a milestone for the space industry in the race to develop commercial carriers capable of ferrying cargo and astronauts to the orbiting International Space Station.
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