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Red Dots on Moscow Skies

Posted on July 1, 2007 by


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Those red moving dots were spotted on 29th of June, 2007 in Moscow. Around the midnight many red dots were moving through Moscow skies on the altitude of around 300-400 meters (1200 ft), lower than clouds. They were noticed by many people on the streets, some took of the cam phones trying to make the photos but it was pretty dark for a quality photos. Still on these photos you can see how they were moving in group, without making any sound, as people report with the speed of 120-140 mph (200 km/h).

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137 Responses to “Red Dots on Moscow Skies”

  1. numb says:

    first!

    maybe they are some particles from space

  2. .. says:

    maybe they are drones from the military. they’re designed to fly at low speed without making any considerable noise, for surveillance purposes.

  3. Michael Von Brah says:

    They are UFOs

  4. Texas1 says:

    How sweet and touching! The Russians are celebrating the 4th of July. I always knew they secretly admired and loved the USA.

    • Boris Abramov says:

      Me and Garry Kasparov organised this event to show our devotion to the beam of democracy George W Bush!!

      USA USA USA :)

      • Texas1 says:

        It’s so refreshing to know that in a country with so many people blind to the west that there are a few lucky people who have a clear vision. It’s just sad that Russia and the EU won’t get on board with our fight to stomp out fundamental Islam. We could do it if everyone would just join in.

        • Boris Abramov says:

          We support your war of Terror!!!

          • Boris Abramov says:

            I really hope that was joke Texas1. Surely you cannot be suggesting that “War on Terror” could ever be won? Or that motives of Bush administration are to fight extremists and not to enlarge their empire? Just when I thought americans are begginig to understand that they have been used as sheep, manipulated ane lead by the nose, you give me this. I just hope you are joking Texas1, I really do.

            • Jim Jones says:

              Unfortunately, Texas1 might just as well be called Texas1000000, because there are at least a million people in Texas alone who feel exactly the same way as Texas1 writes. And that’s just one state.

              I’m guessing about 10% of Americans have this completely deluded way of thinking, which means there are at least 30 million people in the USA who have a similar mentality to the Muslim extremists they want to kill.

              However, the more sobering statistic is the fact that there are still about 100 million people in the USA who continue to believe in and support Bush and his agenda.

              The fact that you can’t tell if Texas1 is joking or not is pretty scary. But, the fact that he’s not joking is even scarier.

              • Boris Abramov says:

                The most worring thing that I have noticed from his comment is when he said – “The damn muslims are your enemies too”. I can’t believe he could genralize all muslims in such as way. Also, it seems to me that he is not only against their religion as such, but also their race (i.e. mostlly arabic). Therefore, if he wasn’t joking, it would seem to me that his sentiment is very reminiscent of sentiment expressed in Nazi Germay, – and that’s truly truly worrying.

                Just a few reasons why the “War of Terror” could never be won:

                1) Who exactly are you fighting? Are you fighting a specific army or a regime? – no!

                2)For every muslim extremist you kill, there will be ten more in his place. This is because he/she would be considered a martyr and would inspire much more attacks.

                3) You CANNOT kill all Muslims, even if you use the “Nazi cleansing approach”.

                4) The more aggressive your foreign policy is towards muslim countries, the more terrorist attacks you will suffer.

                5) Finally, haven’t your government learned from history, or at least learned for the mistakes of SU? You will never have control of Afghanistan, trust me we tried. I’m not even going to comment on Iraq at this point.

                The only way is through peace. Just look at Russia. It has stopped the terrible atrocities that were committed in Chechnia, and declared an amnesty. What is the result? End of war, blod and violence.

                Peace, love and Freedom people :)

                • Doug says:

                  “For every muslim extremist you kill, there will be ten more in his place. This is because he/she would be considered a martyr and would inspire much more attacks.”

                  -that is a two way street that counts against them as much as us.

                  “The more aggressive your foreign policy is towards muslim countries, the more terrorist attacks you will suffer.”
                  -that works both ways also.

                  “Who exactly are you fighting? Are you fighting a specific army or a regime? – no!”
                  – I admit that it is an empty phrse, sort of like “war on poverty” “struggle against social injustice”, “struggle against racism”, “struggle against capitalism” etc…

                • Boris Abramov says:

                  Regarding the 9/11 issue, I have no doubt that this terrible autrocity was committed by CIA. After all, this is the same evil oragnisation that tortures people (including political opponents )in secret prisons in europe and god knows where else. This is the same organisation that supported Sadam, and now Al qaeda leaders during the previous afghan war. This is the same organisation that eliminates any serious opposition by assinations and blackmail. This is the same organisation that supported and still supports a number of dangerous dictators. This is the same organisation that organised terrorist attacks in cuba and worked together with the mafia in trying to eliminate Castro, who freed Cuba from brutal rule of Batista, etc, etc, etc..

                  In fact if we try to compare CIA and KGB, there is absolutely no doubt that CIA is much more oppressive, evil and dangerous then KGB ever was. 9/11 gave US a gren light to attack any muslim country with an excuse of War on Terror in order to extend their evil empire further and further. Plus there are plenty of evidence to support this clam. Even if there is a chance that CIA themselves did not commit this terrible crime, they were certainly aware of what is going to happen and did nothing to stop it! Is anyone wondering why? – I am not.

                  • John from Kansas says:

                    Boris that pretty much sums it up. If one looks at the CIA’s history, it’s not difficult to imagine that they were somehow involved in the 9/11 attacks. We do know that they were aware that something big was about to happen and that something big was just what the neocons were looking for.

                    • Boris Abramov says:

                      I am gald you agree, or at least express your INDIVIDUAL opinion. From what I can see, if all americans were like you, then US would be loved, respected and admired all over the world. Americans would never allow such mistakes as “BUSH” or CIA to ruin and degrade their much beloved country.

                      God “SAVE” America!

                    • John from Kansas says:

                      I would say that currently 50% to 60% agree that the Bush administration is out of control. Some 20% to 30% will follow the Republican talking points without question. The remainder don’t care or are too busy trying to make a living. The overiding factor in American politics since 9/11 is fear. The second is a compliant and/or intimidated media. The third is to stiffle dissent and discredit opposition. And all this occurs while the administration guts our Constitutional rights and robs the treasury. Although some people are waking up to this fascist nightmare, most Americans don’t realize what a catastrophy this is and what this means for the future.

                  • Wooshkaboom says:

                    Well, all I can say about that is remind people about the paradox that comes up with nearly all of these conspiracy theories -which is the implication that the US government (or the CIA or whatever institution) is SO CUNNING AND EFFICIENT that it can clandestinely orchestrate an intricate event like 9/11, but at the same is SO INEPT AND CARELESS that some random individuals could see through their plots.

                    And EVEN IF the CIA would have been responsible for 9/11 (which itself sounds like something coming from someone wearing a hat made out aluminum foil and hearing voices from their tooth-fillings), they certainly aren’t in command of the various muslim extremist groups who say that everyone who isn’t a muslim should be executed, nor have they arranged any multinational muslim protests demanding the beheading of Danish cartoonists…

                    But just for the sake of argument, let me ask you again: What do YOU think a country should do if someone made an attack like 9/11 against it’s citizens?

                    • Boris Abramov says:

                      I will answer your question. But in exchange, I also want you to be good enough to answer your own question.

                      These attacks (if not perpetrated by CIA) are cleary a result of your country’s aggressive foreign policy. Therefore, in a sort-term nothing could be done about it. You will just have to live with it. A long-term solution, would of cource have to be a major change in foreign policy. It isn’t as hard as they make you to believe. You have to ask yourself, – are countries with non-aggressive foreign policy being attacked?

                    • Wooshkaboom says:

                      First of all, the United States is not “my country”, I was born, and live, in Finland. I haven’t claimed nor implied that I were US citizen, but the fact that you automatically assumed that I was one, might reveal that your views in this issue are somewhat biased?

                      Secondly, “do nothing” is not a politically viable option in this kind of an event. Any government that would opt for non-action following an attack that has lead to significant loss of civilian life would find that they would not be in power for very long – the majority of the public, or those individuals holding relevant political and economical influence in the society, simply would not tolerate that kind of a “this was our own fault”-attitude, and the government would quickly change into one that would take action against the/an aggressor.

                      Thirdly, the foreign policy of the United States regarding the Middle East isn’t just some wanton modern invention of an oil-hungry nation. It actually has very long roots going back to the times of the Cold War, and in those times it had very much to do with the aggressive military action undertaken in the region by the Soviet Union.

                      Fourthly, what are the countries with “non-aggressive foreign policy”? The US and the UK are not the only ones being hit by terrorist attacks, and, on the other hand, not all of the NATO-countries have been attacked. And, if you look at the “public announcements” made by muslim extremists, you’ll see that the majority of the time they are threatening “the West” and “all non-muslims”, and not just NATO-countries.

                      As to the response to 9/11, personally I would have increased covert action against terrorism (yes, including assasinations of terrorist leaders outside the US) and given more attention to homeland security. The attack into Afghanistan was essentially proper and correct, but it was conducted very poorly, allowing too much time for Al-Qaeda to escape. The attack into Iraq, on the other hand, was an utter failure and a big, big mistake.

                      I would have also made every attempt to improve relations with “neutral” muslim nations, in order to reduce proliferation of extremism among the muslim population. I perhaps would have also issued a “no holds barred” -statement regarding US retaliation in the case of future terrorist events, with subtle implications of use of nuclear weaponry (this kind of a statement has, in fact, been given by France a while ago). This would not probably have much effect on brainwashed extremists, but it would alert the rest of the world to understand that terrorism is not just about the US and oil.

                    • John from Kansas says:

                      Typical Republican talking points “Wooshkaboom. Typical Republican tactics. Trouble is, you are the one wearing the tinfoil hat. The voices you hear are not from your fillings, they are from an increasingly desparate Republican leadership. The incompetence of the Iraq war, Katrina etc. demonstrate that cunning and efficiency are not required. These people are willing to take us into the abyss to maintain power. God help us.

                    • John from Kansas says:

                      Sorry the link did not work. Must be something wrong with the U.S. to Finland cable or those pesky red dots. Anyway, you are right that the Cheney bunch is not capable of pulling of some kind of world domination plan (although they might like to), but they have demonstrated the capability to cause enormous havoc around the world. What I meant by taking the U.S. into the abyss is that as a result of all this crackpot adventureism, the U.S. will run out of money to pay for all this, bankrupt the country and threaten world economic stability. Bankrupting the U.S. Federal Reserve is another stated goal of the Republicans. They call it “starving the beast”. The idea is to privatize all government services thereby becomming more efficient. You are fortunate to live in an EU country like Finland. When the U.S. economy goes into atailspin your standard of living wil only decline by 5-10% vs. 20-30% in the U.S.

                    • Wooshkaboom says:

                      The other link not working seems to have been just a case of the URL not being completely in the hyperlink… well, anyway.

                      Might be that the US government is actually trying to pull the same trick against Al-Qaeda (et al.) that they toppled the Soviet Union with, i.e. exhaust the opponents wealth by getting them into a military arming/conflict race. A foolish tactic against what are essentially guerrilla groups, but then again, conservatism never has been about NEW ideas…

                      I don’t know if I’m actually really all that lucky to live in Finland – lucky to live in the EU, perhaps, but the taxation in Finland is so steep that the average buying capacity of the Finnish person is only half of that of, for example, the average citizen of Germany. Especially the gas prices are pretty bad here – if you pay a dollar per gallon in the US, the price in Finland will be at least one euro per LITRE – i.e. over four times as expensive! Also, we pay about 50% from our wages as taxes, AND everything that’s on sale here usually has 22% VAT + possibly import taxes or other taxes stocked on top of each other. Furthermore, if you get inheritance, they tax you for 40-50% of whatever you get, and so on, and so on… Tax upon tax upon tax upon tax… that’s what Finland is essentially about.

                • Joseph says:

                  Boris, the majority of the Afghans actually like us a lot.

            • Texas1 says:

              Blah, we don’t need a larger empire we just need an end to Islamic fundamenalism. Whether you are a conservative or a liberal, can’t you agree to that?

          • D says:

            You are blind.

          • Several species of small furry animals gathered together in a cave and grooving with a pict. says:

            Let’s stop blaming Russia! If I recall, U.S. was arming Israel’s enemies such as Iran, Syria, Afghanistan just to name a few…

        • John from Kansas says:

          Which branch of the military did you join?

        • Osama bin Laden says:

          Tell Laura Bush I enjoyed that care package with the chocolate chip cookies!

        • eliseiZorine says:

          texas1, when americans say twenty o’seven instead of two thousand seven, is it because they have 8 bit processors in their brains?;

      • I am says:

        Boris are you Texas1 ?

    • sc says:

      in soviet russia, the skies light you!

  5. Several species of small furry animals gathered together in a cave and grooving with a pict says:

    looks like a hoax. Probably laser teasers…

  6. Several species of small furry animals gathered together in a cave and grooving with a pict says:

    Cool!

  7. ­FlyingNationalist says:

    Russia is not the union of soviets. Russia is the Great Russian Empire, under the leadership of the true Orthodox Csar.

  8. Zak says:

    Traces of flux capacitor.

  9. Liam says:

    Ok these are either http://www.roswellrods.com (unlikely) or fire balloons (highly likely).

    OK – to make a fire balloon you will need a big plastic bag, a large bin liner will be fine, though a clear one like a dry cleaners bag. Next you need piano wire (this is not the wire they use in pianos! it is very thin steel wires. Any fair stiff thin wire will do. It you don’t have wire you can do it with balsa wood and two paper clips. Finally you need one of those waxy ice cube looking fire lighters.

    Push two sections of the wire (about 18 inchs long) through the fire lighter at right angles, so you now have a wire cross.

    Now open out the bag and poke the wire through the bag, twisting the wire to secure. The bag should now be held open at 4 points. Hold the bag at the top, light the flame and keep hold of it for a while until it really wants to be launched. Let go and watch it fly! The ambinent air needs to be cold for this o work well! On hot muggy nights it WIL NOT FLY and will land in a neighbours yard and probably cuase a fire! On cold nights it will shoot up and fly higher and higher for about 15 minutes. When the flame goes out the whole kit will parachute to the ground and can be reused (if you can find it!)

    Launching in threes looks best, and they form a nice triangle, which constantly changes proportions. (Sounds like lot’s of UFO sites eh? These are probably the most common explanation!) Depending on the fuel used can look red, blue or white. Hanging strips of tin foil from these cause them to show on radar. Attaching light weight flashing LEDs to various parts (or hanging below) can make other brilliant displays.

    The reason they appear as lines in the photos above will be because the shutter stayed open a little too long to cope with the dark skys, giving the fire balloons time to move.

    Here are some other photos (bottom of page): http://www.ufoinfo.com/sightings/uk/050910.shtml that were later shown to be fireballoons

    For more info see here: http://www.apra.org.uk/ufoballoons.htm

    A make-your-own guide: http://www.overflite.com/

    Also:
    http://www.geocities.com/timbo2049/fireballoons.htm
    http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/5003/balloon.htm

  10. eliseiZorine says:

    irrelevant but i found this funny:
    nm (from ostrie.ru):
    В далекие 80-е, многие мужчины нашей великой Родины пользовались одеколонами советского производства. Муж одной знакомой, например, пользовался “русским лесом”, который имел “приятный” зеленый цвет, не говоря уже о запахе. Однажды, мой сын играл с соседским мальчишкой, и они случайно разлили этот божественный EAU de Parfume. Испугавшись, что отец будет его ругать, сын разбавил оставшийся одеколон водой и… зеленкой. Утром, т.к. муж вставал очень рано, он старался никого не будить, собирался на работу, не включая свет. Он оделся, умылся, налил в руки немного одеколона, размазал его по лицу и, довольный жизнью и запахом, пошел на работу. Ровно через десять минут не спал весь дом, в этот день зеленолицый муж остался дома.

  11. Bill says:

    are you people completely retarted?!?!? i get these spots on my DSLR all the time, its just dust on the sensor, the one that makes it looks like it was moving was just a longer exposure with the camera being moved slightly. come on people think!!!!!!!!!!

  12. Pavel says:

    They are Rods. Google them. They might be insects that produce an effect on the camera.

  13. Zim says:

    It’s swamp gas, filthy worm monkeys! Nothing to see here, go about your usual business… everything is perfectly normal…

  14. muslim_hater says:

    If i send an email to a local msoque openly asking them why do they seek to murder non muslim people, do you think ill get in trouble?

  15. eliseiZorine says:

    why oppose islam? “Because the West is facing a concerted effort by Islamic jihadists, the motives and goals of whom are largely ignored by the Western media, to destroy the West and bring it forcibly into the Islamic world — and to commit violence to that end even while their overall goal remains out of reach. That effort goes under the general rubric of jihad.”

  16. Michael Von Brah says:

    I like apples.

  17. Carl Sagan says:

    …there are billions and billions of peaches in the universe…
    …peaches for you…
    …peaches for me…

  18. Doug says:

    The red dots are our prototypes of the new missle interceptors being launched from the Czech Republic and guided from our new base in Poland.

  19. Jeff Skilling says:

    Misha, it works like this:

    1) Fascist Corporations foment hatred between religions, countries and peoples.
    2) Said corporations sell arms to both sides.
    3) Profit!

    Which Fascist Corporation are you working for, Misha?

  20. Texas1 says:

    Ya, nothing new in a few days. What is happening here? Hey Misha, take off your clothes and show us what you’ve got.

  21. Texas1 says:

    Oh, i’ll explain it to you.

  22. kokibuster says:

    As a proud muslim I can tell you that we will kill 10 americans for each muslim that dies in war.

    Amecica, be ready, the war in your homeland is ready, millions of you will die

    • mancunny says:

      so far you’ve only been killing fifty of your own for every american soldier dead in iraq. ebanaya churka

      • Misha says:

        You`re right mancunny! They are gonna loose anyway, they only look scary, a to chto oni tupie churki eto tochno, animals!

    • Boris Abramov says:

      Why cant we all just love one another? Violence breeds more violence! Why are people so ignorant not to understand this?

      • Misha says:

        Boris, sol`ko volka ne lubi/kormi on vse ravno v les xochet/smotrit. Skol`ko d`yavola ne lubi on vse ravno tvoey smerti xochet! Dont you get it???

        • Boris Abramov says:

          I am staying as far away from this conversation as possible. I am sad I go involved in the first place. But can I just say, you people are adding even more logs to the fire, instead of putting it out..

    • quack quack says:

      And when everyone is dead, american and muslim, the oil corporations will dance in like devils over your corpses to steal your oil.

      Kill oil company CEOs. You kill three or four, the war stops. Easy.

  23. Boris Abramov says:

    Come-on now Texas1, I thought this adolescent behavior was over?

  24. misha says:

    I just realized I’m sitting in the chocolate poopy chair, and the stains will never come out

    http://img513.imageshack.us/img513/8677/gabm38rk2.jpg

  25. Boris Abramov says:

    This is of cource totally irrelevant, but can I just say, what an amazing performance by Madonna at Live Earth!! Amazing!!! Amazing!! AMAZING!!!!!

    She is a ture pop Goddess!! Al Gore, you are one of the few hopes for America. Do not let us down!

  26. Hannuri says:

    Can you make a youtube video on how to write that stuff.

  27. elisei_zorine says:

    not my comment;

  28. Texas1 says:

    Who is teaching all of the gorillas kungfu?

  29. Misha says:

    I am a gay and i have muslim husband in britain

  30. Texas1 says:

    Did this site die? Anyone up to starting a new one?

    • Boris Abramov says:

      I think they are having some technical problems. But the forum still works… + we have managed to turn this entry into a political forum in its own right, so I dont see any problems there..

  31. bumblebee says:

    America is a terrorist organization in itself:
    The United States has been involved militarily, through the use of missiles or bombs, with 22 countries since the end of World War II.

    These include: China 1945-46, 1950-53; Korea 1950-53; Guatemala 1954, 1960, 1967-69; Indonesia 1958; Cuba 1959-61; Congo 1964; Peru 1965; Laos 1964-73; Vietnam 1961-73; Cambodia 1969-70; Lebanon 1983-84; Grenada 1983; Libya 1986, El Salvador 1980s; Nicaragua 1980s; Panama 1989; Iraq 1991 to present day; Somalia 1993; Bosnia (Republic of Srpska) 1995; Sudan 1998; Yugoslavia 1999; and Afghanistan 1998, 2001-02.

    However, added to this figure of 22 would be at least 18 other countries which were on the receiving end of bombing during the two World Wars, such as Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Hungary, Italy, Tunisia, Greece, Austria, Romania, Japan, Thailand, Nauru, Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, the Marshall Islands, Singapore, and the Phillipines.

    So in total there have been at least 40 countries.

  32. bumblebee says:

    Funny fact about America:

    The United States has been involved militarily, through the use of missiles or bombs, with 22 countries since the end of World War II.

    These include: China 1945-46, 1950-53; Korea 1950-53; Guatemala 1954, 1960, 1967-69; Indonesia 1958; Cuba 1959-61; Congo 1964; Peru 1965; Laos 1964-73; Vietnam 1961-73; Cambodia 1969-70; Lebanon 1983-84; Grenada 1983; Libya 1986, El Salvador 1980s; Nicaragua 1980s; Panama 1989; Iraq 1991 to present day; Somalia 1993; Bosnia (Republic of Srpska) 1995; Sudan 1998; Yugoslavia 1999; and Afghanistan 1998, 2001-02.

    However, added to this figure of 22 would be at least 18 other countries which were on the receiving end of bombing during the two World Wars, such as Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Hungary, Italy, Tunisia, Greece, Austria, Romania, Japan, Thailand, Nauru, Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, the Marshall Islands, Singapore, and the Phillipines.

    So in total there have been at least 40 countries.

    But I also agree that something needs to be done about muslim extremists.

  33. bumblebee says:

    sorry first I thought didn’t post!

  34. Misha says:

    bumblebee shake your brain, America is most rich country and when you get rich you need to protect of what you got, otherwise someone will take it + America was founded by free people ands that is the reason why America help others to get free. At least America helped me(and millions of others) to get free, that I know for sure!

  35. Major General Smedley Butler USMC says:

    Read my book, Misha, War is a Racket. Then you will not be so ignorant. Knowledge is free.

    http://humanclub.org/war_is_a_racket.htm

  36. Dr Bobby Love says:

    Wow,. allot of stuff about war sparked by some faulty film!

  37. Misha says:

    I wish I was born in America. All russian could do was AK-47. What else???? Went to space oh wow!!! That didnt give me any!!! They also put my dad in prison for simply being a christian(means honest, helping others etc.) Is that what you are proud of???
    PS. I`m no longer Russian, I`m American now Thanks GOD!!! Plus my son at age 6 is a pro drummer playing with Allen White(Yes band), Matt Chamberlain etc. What could he do in Russsia, you are right, NOTHING!!! America gave us everything!!!

    • Kosman36 says:

      It’s the Jewish communissts that were eradicating Christianity, don’t blame ordinary Russians like me for this, rather understand them, if you have suffered and they have suffered that what senc is it to blame them? blame the government American!

  38. Dave says:

    Support our cause! All evil empires collapse, USA will not be an exception.

    http://www.anti-imperialist.org/

    :)

  39. Bym-Bym says:

    So, what were the little red lights in the sky?

  40. Orun says:

    Skyfish, they’re called =)

    youtube.com/watch?v=amnNgXRK_vo

  41. Chinga says:

    AMERIKOS – ENTO SRANIY PENDOS!!! )))
    RUSSIA FOREVER!!!

  42. apto says:

    I saw them near Ural last summer

  43. gordski says:

    You know the exposure time? _under_ cloudbase? againsnt _darkes_ section of cloud? no stars visible where no cloud? think again, Mr Pro……

    btw people, the “skyfish” theory is proven to be just bugs flying past the cameras.

    These are more like orange-white fireballs, and are seen in gourps of more than 2, sometime 15+

  44. Mikey says:

    I saw them in St. Petersburg on next day (30.06.2007).

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