November 10, 2010 by Post Team
John Pike, of globalsecurity.org securityanlyst group said the video filmed by a news helicopter owned KCBS is an optical illusion.
Pike said the video is from a plane to the camera and the wake is illuminated by the sun. He said that the object can not be a rocket because it seemed to alter its course.
Pentagon officials were surprised by the event, saying that nobody in the Department of Defense has been able to explain the trail or where it came.
The FAA told CBS News that ran replays of radar in an area west of the greater Los Angeles on the basis of reports from the media on the location of a possible missile launch, but did not reveal any fast moving unidentified targets in this area. The FAA also had not received any reports of any unusual appointment Pilots in the area.
missile tests are common off southern California. Launches are conducted from ships and platforms in the ocean to the west end of Point Mugu.
North American Aerospace Defense Command, or Norad, issued a joint statement with the U.S. Northern Command, or NORTHCOM, saying that the stele was not the result of foreign military launched a missile. He gave no details.
“We can confirm that there is a threat to our nation, and it appears that this was not a launch by a foreign army,” the statement said. “We will provide more information when available.”
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