In an unusual sighting, a smoky UFO was spotted over Melbourne, Australia. The discovery was made on 10 July and was immortalized on video, which, at the first glance has the appearance of a meteor dropping from the space.
Supposing the thing to be a meteor, a number of specialists refer to the strange falling object as space junk. According to an expert, Scott Waring, the glowing tip of the UFO moves to the middle of the object, which no meteor or discarded space waste is capable of doing. The object appears to Waring to be an alien craft crashing down, smoky and hot, after encountering some disaster.
“Two days ago this Unidentified Flying Object was recorded over Australia and so-called experts jumped in to say it was meteor … other experts saying its a space junk … but the truth has not been said until now. I ask you … a meteor or space junk this big and one found a crash site? Hope they made it in.” reported Waring from UFO Sightings Daily.
Very much the same UFO’s like space debris have been spotted in the past. People of Heilongjiang province spotted three objects on 16 May dropping from the sky and landing on the village grounds.
The mysterious objects spotted could be a part of the Russian rocket Proton-M that blew up soon after the lift-off on Friday, while conveying a satellite to place in the space. The Proton-M rocket kicked off at 3:42 am local time in Kazakhstan and blasted 540 seconds into the flight at an altitude just about 100 miles, though no verification regarding the same has been made.
Recently, a video appeared on the web showing an Unidentified Flying Object approaching the International Space Station (ISS) in March 2014. The three-minute 40-second video was uploaded on YouTube by a user named ‘secureteam10’.
The video footage presents a remarkable, rounded turning thing nearing the space station. “The video was recorded directly off of the ISS Ustream video page by a regular user of the site who regularly watches the streaming live video for daily anomalies and happenings. This is monumental in the search for proof of an alien presence,” reads the blurb accompanying the clip.
Based on an expert, Scott Waring, the shining point of the Unidentified Flying Object travels to the centre of the item, which no meteor or discarded space rubbish is capable of doing.”Two days ago this FLYING SAUCER [smoky UFO] was spotted above Australia and so-called professionals pitched in saying it was meteor … more pros mentioning that it is space stuff … but the truth has not been said until now. Hope they made it in,” reported Waring from UFO Sightings Daily.