A Russian Proton-M rocket with a very advanced satellite on board crashed not far from Kazakhstan’s territory on Friday. It was only in the air for about nine minutes before it crashed out -or was it taken down? If it made to its final destination, the Express-AM4R would have been Russia’s most advanced and powerful satellite to date.
Why did the rocket crash? This is currently unknown but already many theories are popping up. So far the head of the Russian national space agency Roscosmos has said:
“The exact cause is hard to establish immediately, we will be studying the telemetry. Preliminary information points to an emergency pressure drop in a steering engine of the third stage of the rocket.”
What I find interesting is that whether we watch the video below or the one posted on the RT link below, there is clearly an object that is racing towards the direction of the rocket and in some way either makes contact or interferes right before the rocket goes off course and crashes. You can see this object come in on the right side of your screen.
Is this a UFO? Is it a missile? It’s tough to know at this point. Given there wasn’t a big explosion, it’s tough to say whether a missile was involved. I just find it off that this isn’t being spoken about or mentioned more given it’s very clear and present. Interestingly UFO’s have been known to deactivate nuclear missiles in the past. While this isn’t a missile, it shows the possibility of UFO involvement.
What are your thoughts on what it might be? Do you think we are getting the full story from the Russians in their claims on engine failure? No need to create conspiracies at this point but its certainly interesting to question.
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