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Chris B - NSF
Whoa! Soyuz 2-1v doing her best impression of Falcon 9's Iridium NEXT-4 "North Korean Nuclear UFO - (c) Elon" - launch! From VKontakte (Russian social media).
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Tagnan 29 Mar 18
Replying to @NASASpaceflight
Iridium 5 will be similar, a little less brilliant but still visible
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Chris B - NSF 29 Mar 18
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There's more on that thread. Seems like a number of Russians posted their photos to social media. I'm guessing they were in less of a panic than the Californians were. 😁
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Ian Atkinson 29 Mar 18
Replying to @NASASpaceflight
Da, UFOs are normal here, comrad! 😄
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Wayne Martin 29 Mar 18
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That was embarrassing to witness!
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NickStevens Graphics 29 Mar 18
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As with so many other aspects of technology, the 's / did it first.
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KerbalSpaceNut 29 Mar 18
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Why is the falling booster (I’m guessing?) appearing to glow more orange? Entry heating?
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AStick 29 Mar 18
Replying to @NASASpaceflight
I can neither confirm nor deny that there are people in CA who don't pay attention to launch notifications.
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That's right, Taylor Dane 29 Mar 18
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E_Basabe 29 Mar 18
Replying to @NASASpaceflight
Or since the California "mystery event" made national news, the Russians saw it on TV and knew what was up.
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