It was a bizarre, glowing red-hot streak in the sky — right at sunset Wednesday — moving briskly behind the Manhattan skyline.
CBS 2 reached out to a top astronomer who looked at the video. He said it looks beautiful, but that is was like nothing more than what’s known as a “contrail” — condensation from a commercial or military jet.
The aliens, apparently, are not coming.
More intelligence insulting MSMBS. Whatever the object was, it appeared to be moving at tremendous speed, much faster than a commercial or even a military jet. It is possible that it may have been a meteor or a fragment of re-entering space junk, but it most definitely was NOT a jet contrail, IMO. And since when have astronomers and amateur web bloggers suddenly become the experts to consult in the identification of unidentified missile-like objects and jet contrails? Don't be surprised if we'll be seeing more of these unusual missile-like aerial objects in the upcoming days. To read the rest of the article, click here.