Dragon Spotted During NASA's SpaceX Rocket Launch

By Dave Basner

December 17, 2019

Last week, SpaceX launched a spacecraft for NASA from Australia. The unmanned craft, which is bringing supplies to the International Space Station, is called Dragon, which is very coincidental because that's exactly what some people claim to have seen during lift-off. As the rocket was heading into space, something resembling a large winged animal seems to pass by underneath it.

A conspiracy YouTuber who goes by the name Disclose Screen 'The Grimreefar' posted video of the encounter and wrote, "The only thing I can explain that it is, and I'm not saying it is, but it looks like a flying dragon object."

Some commenters agree that there is something bizarre in the video, writing things like, "Definitely inter-dimensional entities," and "I don't know about a dragon or whatever, but it's something cloaked." Others, however, are not convinced, saying, "To say it was a dragon is a lot of speculation," and "You're joking, right?"

It wouldn't be the first time something strange happened during a SpaceX launch though. In 2016, SpaceX's Falcon-9 rocket exploded on the launch pad and an unidentified flying object could be seen passing above it just before it blew up.

Photo: YouTube/Disclose Screen 'The Grimreefar', Getty Images

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