We have one naysayer in the article, for balance:
A more down-to-earth – and non-military – explanation was given by John Pike, director of the US-based security analyst firm globalsecurity.org.
He said: “The local station chopped up the video and so it’s hard to watch it continuously but at one place you can see it has changed course – rockets don’t do that.”
He added it was most likely to be a normal aircraft contrail which appears different in the sun: “It’s an airplane that is heading toward the camera and the contrail is illuminated by the setting sun.”
John Pike, director of the US-based security analyst firm globalsecurity.org.
John? Rockets do change course. That's how we got to the the Moon and how they hit their intended targets. You know, gyros, sensors, on-board navigation, GPS, movable fins kind of thing?