UFO? Missile? Contrail, for Sure, Captured by CBS Affiliate Over Pacific Ocean Off of Los Angeles Coast


Very bright contrail lit up the sky about 35 miles west of California north of Catalina Island. NORAD official says missile posed no threat to homeland.

Spokesmen for the United States Navy, Air Force, Defense Department and North American Aerospace Defense Command said they were looking into a video posted on the CBS News website that appears to show a rocket or some other object shooting up into the sky and leaving a large contrail over the Pacific Ocean. The incident was captured by a camera aboard a CBS affiliate KCBS helicopter.

The North American Aerospace Defense Command, or NORAD, issued a statement jointly with the U.S. Northern Command, or NORTHCOM, saying that the contrail was not the result of a foreign military launching a missile. It provided no further details.

Officials had no information to make them suspect that the action was taken by any U.S. adversary.

So far the FAA says that no radar picked up any fast-moving objects in the area — even after replaying recorded radar images of the area at the time of the sighting.

Short clip from Sky News.

Flashback to spiral light seen over Norway on December 9, 2009 …

See more videos and links to still photos of Norway rotating spiral light from December 9, 2009 …
The Cardinal Strange Spiral Light Over Norway: Failed Russian Rocket? UFO? VIDEO

Some experts are offering their opinion that the object is actually a an airplane with a contrail that is exaggerated

Blaine Rieger, 17, captured a similar image on New Year’s Eve 12/31/2009 … see it here …
The Cardinal November 8, 2010 ‘Missile Contrail’ Video Similar to Video of Orange County New Year’s Eve 2009 Event

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