A UFO buzzing over an IKEA branch in Siberia left many Russians scared and amazed. The strange sighting involved a fireball UFO streaking through the sky. Many witnessed it from different parts of the country, as well as from Kazakhstan, creating speculation about space alien visit. A video taken from a car shows a mysterious object flying above a branch of furniture business IKEA in the city of Omsk in western Siberia.
People from cities of Novosibirsk, Tomsk, Tyumen, as well as Astana in Kazakhstan, reported the same flying object. Astronomers have ruled out suggestions that it was a meteor or a comet.
One theory suggested that the UFO sighting was a Topol RS-12M test fired launched from Kapustin Yar cosmodrome in southern Russia as ordered by Vladimir Putin.
The missile targeted and hit at Saryshagan polygon in Kazakhstan.
Many witnessed it from different parts of the country, as well as from Kazakhstan, creating speculation about space alien visit
If it were true, a direct routing wouldn’t take it near to the places where it was sighted in western Siberia.
Novosibirsk astronomers at the Siberian State University of Geosystems and Technologies’ planetarium issued a statement about the early evening November 17 sighting that it was not a comet.
They said the object was “the second stage of intercontinental ballistic missile Topol that was launched from Kapustin Yar cosmodrome in Astrakhan region at 15:12 Moscow time.”
Staffer Camila Sharzhanova said that the object was whirling to avoid the change in trajectory and the fuel left was discharged in the side nozzles.
In Omsk, head of planetarium Vladimir Krupko suggested it could have been an unannounced launch from Plesetsk in northern Russia.