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Large fireball UFO filmed over North Carolina


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It is moving too slow to be anything from space. It could be a plane. The apparent size of the contrail is dependent on the shape and the angle at which it is viewed.

An important thing to understand is that all objects moving away from you appear to head towards the horizon line. Objects below appear to rise while objects above the horizon line appear to move downward.

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36 minutes ago, Jon the frog said:

it's a plane.. just a plane...

Agreed. It looks to me like two contrails appearing to cross because of the position of the viewer who shot the video. (Stop holding your phones vertically when you shoot video, please. Sorry, I just hate that.)

The 'slower' one also only looks slower because of perspective, ie: it's probably coming towards the viewer.

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I believe it is a rocket launch and the angle is from directly below the rocket that is headed in an upward flight path. That is why it appears to be moving slowly. Also the jet that looks like it is crossing it's path is actually many miles below the rockets path. Move along nothing to see here.

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I want to see the video from that aircraft whether it was commercial or military Im sure they got a better glimpse then us. It looked like a ICBM frozen in time

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Looks like a regular contrail to me. It appears to be dusk, so it looks like a fireball. 

Contrails will seem move less the further away they are.

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Look like a big space debri 

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