Since the beginning of human history, looking at the sky has always amazed us and in modern history, with the growing technological world since the launch of the first satellites into space, space shuttles and the launch of astronauts we have also been able to appreciate these fascinating events that invite us to dream higher.
In recent years there have been sightings of elongated lights over the sky, both from the ground and from the airplanes, which are also cause of great astonishment among the crew and air traffic controllers.
However, it is a rare but not supernatural fact, if a person is near any of the United States coasts on a day scheduled by a space agency to launch it, it is likely that he will see some of the facts memorable of the human race, a rocket en route to space carrying satellites, people or scientific equipment for the International Space Station.
Recently, several portals published an event that occurred in 2017, where the crew of a Volaris airline allegedly and presumably an Airbus A320 on the Guadalajara-Tijuana route recorded an unidentified object in the sky.
However, the identity of the aircraft is not confirmed and although the video manages to appreciate the communications between Volaris and Interjet pilots that are in the same airspace, as well as the air traffic controller where they report a light in the sky that possibly they say, it is some military test and “a light to the northeast quite bright that looks like a meteor”.
“Very different from everything they have seen” reported by several aircraft from Punta Peñazco to Hermosillo according to the air traffic controller in the recording.
The crew jokes in frequency and they are quite amazed by the fact. The Volaris 843 flight even requests authorization to fly at FL360 flight level “to be able to see it better”. They also talk about one of the “objects falling to the ground in the middle of the wake”.
However, far from being a supernatural event, it is a fairly normal event, a launch of a Falcon 9 rocket, from the SpaceX company, which marked a new milestone by becoming the first to take off and land in the territory of The west coast of the United States.
This event had not been recorded before, since all the landings of the company founded by Elon Musk had taken place in Cape Canaveral Florida or on platforms at sea.
The rocket took off from the Vandenberg base in California at 7:21 p.m. local time (02:21 GMT).
The “small light in the middle of the falling wake” is the first stage of the rocket which is reusable that returned to the premises landing successfully, just eight minutes after launch.
This same event took place on Sunday, October 7, 2018 and Monday, December 3, 2018 when Space X broke the record by simultaneously deploying 64 satellites to space simultaneously from the Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
The social networks were flooded with the images of some amazing lights that were seen in the sky and that were also observed in the north of Mexico, comparing them with scenes of some science fiction movie.
So no, they are not aliens.