Jellyfish UFO Sighting Filmed Over Russia Enters The Atmosphere

That's what it's been called, a Jellyfish UFO sighting that's entered into the atmosphere over Russia.

There's a few other names that I'd call it and to be honest with you Jellyfish isn't one of them but it's already been coined and Jellyfish UFO sighting it is.

Space Jellyfish Russia mistaken for a UFO.

Space Jellyfish Russia.

It's actually a space Jellyfish which actually exists and if you check out the Wikipedia article link below (bottom) you'll find out more.

Just out of curiosity what would you call it? There's no denying that it's a great UFO sighting if you don't actually know what you are looking at which is probably why it's been called Jellyfish UFO? That and the huge trail like tentacle it's created as it's entered into the Earth's atmosphere.

One person called Chris has commented on a Pinterest post which features this video posted:

"we see these all the time in California, rocket's launched from Vandenberg AFB."

Chris Pinterest 

The video was posted to Twitter by The Sun which is linked in the tweet embedded in this post.

It's probably a real bona-fide rocket booster falling back to Earth but it's definitely leaving a unique trail for everyone else to wonder in amazement at. We don't see these types of thing's "everyday." So even if it's a rocket on re-entry, it's still a fantastic video showing something that we just do not see usually.

The fact that we cannot see a rocket or a capsule, fuel cell etc is neither here nor there because it's "just accepted as a rocket on re-entry." I can live with it. We fact that we don't actually see it at any stage of the video is probably cause for a deeper look into this because while it settles the argument for a lot of people, I'm just a bit to sceptical about it because I do not see anything remotely looking like a rocket on re-entry "do you?"

I have no doubt that it will turn out to be a rocket on re-entry it's I don't trust anyone's words. Not one person on this God forsaken planet do I trust because humanity is at the end of the day "horrendous."

And yes while some think been a stickler for the truth and dotting the I's or crossing the TV's is sometimes a pain in the rear end, but it's actually fulfilling and it's definitely worth it in the long run. It saves being wrong, it saves having to come visit the post again to point out in the future that it is in fact a UFO!

So, without further ado, let's just look at the "rocket."

Supposed rocket on re-entry which looks like nothing I've ever seen.

See, personally I just don't see a rocket on re-entry lol. In fact I don't know what the hell it is? But peer pressure is real so it's a rocket lol.

I'm actually so glad that I did look this up because it's turned into a sure thing (the sarcasm is so real) that's the only sure bet. That it's a real Jellyfish rocket launch on re-entry into Earth's atmosphere, it's up for a debate in my eyes because it could be anything. Here's the Wikipedia article.

A space jellyfish is a rocket launch-related phenomenon caused by sunlight reflecting off the high altitude rocket plume gases emitted by a launching rocket during morning or evening twilight. The observer is in darkness, while the exhaust plumes at high altitudes are still in direct sunlight.


See, it pays to do due diligence and because it's literally good practice. Read the Wikipedia page I've just linked to because it's actually a phenomenon. A phenomenon doesn't always have to mean something that we don't understand.

It can and regularly does mean something that is known about. Just like the UAP (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena) might on the whole look like it's an unknown phenomena, it is by it's very being a known phenomenon because we are aware of it and what it actually is.

Anyway, thanks for checking it out.

Here's the extraordinary looking video:

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Credit: The Sun/UFO Sighting's Footage/UFO News/Ufosfootage/Canva.

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