Students see smoke after rocket launch


Jess Zsiga

Students display multiple pictures of the sky.

Wednesday morning, a mysterious vapor in the sky had people in awe. Many pictures were taken, but what was it?
According to Bay News 9, the United Launch Alliance sent an Atlas V rocket carrying a U.S. Navy satellite into orbit from Cape Canaveral. This launch cast a very luminous figure across the sky in the east. Many people wanted desperately to know what this was.
Science teacher Mr. Thomas thought it was a fitting shape for Warriors. “The launch was beautiful; it was a big tribute to Osceola, because it had a big ‘O’ above the school.”
According to a Warrior Record Online staffer, several people called 911 this morning to find out more. Learn about the cause of the unique light in the sky on Bay News 9.