Look at the below pictures and videos of this alien rocket launch in Florida.
The Atlas V rocket carried a military satellite of the United States Air Force.
On the morning of August 8, NASA successfully launched the Atlas V rocket from the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral.
Un espectáculo de luz sobre el cielo sorprendió este jueves a los residentes de varias partes de #Florida, #EEUU. Muchas personas incluso pensaron que se trataba de un objeto volador no identificado (OVNI) #DL #DiarioLibre #Actualidad #Internacional pic.twitter.com/2bhalKPYMe
— Diario Libre (@DiarioLibre) August 8, 2019
ROCKET LAUNCH 🚀 These never get old! Here is a timelapse of SkyFOX’s view from Tampa, Florida of Atlas V 551’s launch! It launched from Cape Canaveral this morning. DETAILS: https://t.co/hP35Ir8ZT6 pic.twitter.com/b51oTRFDl4
— FOX 13 Tampa Bay (@FOX13News) August 8, 2019
The launch lit up the sky in Florida, USA, providing an unusual and alien show that puzzled many residents of that state.
Shot the Atlas V launch this morning with a new Google Pixel 3 XL
— Robin Seemangal (@nova_road) August 8, 2019
Great footage of the rocket launch in Florida this morning, though many are reporting this as a #UFO
— D3MONICKING INVESTIGATIONS (@D3M0NICK1NG) August 9, 2019
An Atlas V rocket launch lit up the sky over Florida 🚀😲 pic.twitter.com/ivIpIm99Yy
— BuzzFeed News (@BuzzFeedNews) August 8, 2019
Images of that scene were shared on social networks, and some Internet users even assumed that it was an unidentified flying object.
We may have had the perfect lighting balance of night and day to keep the @ulalaunch Atlas V rocket in view for several minutes after launch. Just beautiful @news6wkmg: https://t.co/wLB0sYZtuT pic.twitter.com/UqKptBlMIo
— James Sparvero (@News6James) August 8, 2019
I went live twice. Both launches were delayed and this time it wasn’t. Rocket launch from Florida at 6:13am. pic.twitter.com/Ye3aoBDGnY
— Nate #FaZeUp 🎬 (@NathanRuh) August 8, 2019
The Atlas V rocket carried a military communications satellite for the United States Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center.