Date of sighting: January 2, 2016
Location of sighting: Phitsanulok, Thailand
News source: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2016/01/04/watch-as-russian-space-junk-surprises-a-man-trying-out-his-selfie-stick/?ref=yfp
In this selfie, the eyewitness accidentally caught not one, but two UFOs. One racing across the sky. The other holding its position. New says its Russian debris, but there is no way governments in Asia would take this laying down. Meteors don't hover in place as we see here, nor does space junk.
Not only do UFOs make contrails, they can contain the contrails to an extremely large width and distance, allowing other UFOs to travel within these contrail tunnels. That is what I saw with my own eyes from my own UFO sighting back in 1990 over Rapid City, SD. But back then, the tunnels were big enough for a 747 to vanish into. With four tunnels side by side starting over my parking lot.
Charnchai Jardpimai spotted something hurtling across the sky while he was filming himself with a selfie stick on Saturday, Jan. 2, 2016. He spun around to view what he thought was a meteor streaking through the sky above Phitsanulok province in Thailand.
The National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand said that the object was most likely debris from a Russian rocket launch in early December, and not a meteor falling to Earth. Parts of the rocket were predicted to land on the same day Jardpimai captured his video.