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Stargate or Missile? Mysterious bubble light burst over Hawaii

 
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Stargate or Missile? Mysterious bubble light burst over Hawaii
"Footage of this incredible bubble-like burst of light in the night sky was captured by cameras at an astronomical observatory in Hawaii.

Sky watchers have been flooding internet forums with speculation about the burst, filmed by a webcam mounted on the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope on Mauna Kea.

Captured in time-lapse footage, the glowing sphere takes several minutes to expand until it virtually fills the frame - then it vanishes as mysteriously as it appeared."

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"Footage of this incredible bubble-like burst of light in the night sky was captured by cameras at an astronomical observatory in Hawaii.

Sky watchers have been flooding internet forums with speculation about the burst, filmed by a webcam mounted on the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope on Mauna Kea.

Captured in time-lapse footage, the glowing sphere takes several minutes to expand until it virtually fills the frame - then it vanishes as mysteriously as it appeared."

Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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Re: Stargate or Missile? Mysterious bubble light burst over Hawaii
Sorry, my bad... red curry.
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Re: Stargate or Missile? Mysterious bubble light burst over Hawaii
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Re: Stargate or Missile? Mysterious bubble light burst over Hawaii
UFO entering water at speed
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Re: Stargate or Missile? Mysterious bubble light burst over Hawaii
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Re: Stargate or Missile? Mysterious bubble light burst over Hawaii
Sorry bub...already discounted as a missile.
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Re: Stargate or Missile? Mysterious bubble light burst over Hawaii
Methane release from deteriorated oceanic seabeds due to radiation from Fuchishima Pacific ocean current flows.
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Re: Stargate or Missile? Mysterious bubble light burst over Hawaii
Another idea posted by board member neufer was that this was from a detonation charge in the missile’s third stage. There are ports, openings in the sides of the third stage. Those ports are sealed for the flight until the right time, when they’re blown open by explosive charges. This allows the fuel to escape very rapidly, extinguishing the thrust at a precise time to allow for accurate targeting of the warhead.

At this point, the missile is above most of the Earth’s atmosphere, essentially in space. So when that gas is suddenly released from the stage expands, it blows away from the missile in a sphere. Not only that, the release is so rapid it would expand like a spherical shell — which would look like a ring from the ground (the same way a soap bubble looks like a ring). And not only that, but the expanding gas would be moving very rapidly relative to the ground since the missile would’ve been moving rapidly at this point in the flight.

These are all exactly what was seen in the webcam footage. The timing of all this works out as well: as pointed out in that forum thread the third stage firing terminates about three minutes into flight, which is when the halo seems to appear.

So there you have it! I think this covers it: a missile launches from California, and three minutes or so later the third stage releases an explosive charge which blows fuel out into space. This fuel expands in a shell, fades as it gets bigger, and appears to move across the sky as it does so. And there’s the other idea that this might be from a shock wave from the missile itself, which I cannot rule out.

(in the blog below)
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07/01/2011 03:51 PM
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Re: Stargate or Missile? Mysterious bubble light burst over Hawaii
I wonder if this has anything to do with why I have been seeing jets flying over oceans just west of kona and submarines patrolling offshore in same area, i live 2k feet above sea level but only at most 3-5 miles inland. we have been seeing this almost everyday for the last 2 to 3 weeks.
one day a jet buzzed my computer store, couldn't have been more than 200 feet off the ground.

this is not normal for sleepy kailua kona town.
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Re: Stargate or Missile? Mysterious bubble light burst over Hawaii
It was swamp gas, now go back to your duty, civilian... The MIB will take it from here. Please look into the flash.
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Re: Stargate or Missile? Mysterious bubble light burst over Hawaii
shockwave from the 3rd stage detonation as it was well above the atmosphere.
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Re: Stargate or Missile? Mysterious bubble light burst over Hawaii
the time and direction corresponded directly to a minute man III launch out of California.
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Re: Stargate or Missile? Mysterious bubble light burst over Hawaii
logical reply UK, thanks

panic seks narrowly averted.

take care.
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Re: Stargate or Missile? Mysterious bubble light burst over Hawaii
As the great Bruce Lee once asked...

Wha'was that?
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07/01/2011 07:57 PM
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Re: Stargate or Missile? Mysterious bubble light burst over Hawaii
What the hell was that?

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07/01/2011 08:01 PM
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It's a stupid missile, get with the program
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