A photograph of the Milky Way turned into a photo of a UFO when the photographer noticed it speeding past them in their peripheral vision. Check out the amazing photo and testimony submitted to MUFON (case 93860) below:
I was attempting to photograph the Milky Way, I saw the object in my peripheral quickly adjusted shutter speed and took the photo approx 1 second before it vanished. There was nothing around apart from house proves to gauge size, distance, height etc. It appeared to be stationary at a 45°top left to bottom right tilt, about 1" long ( don't know size due to not knowing distance, height etc ) long thin light, like a tablet side on view, lit up white.
What's interesting is during the summer of 2017, about a year ago, a similar UFO was photographed in the daytime - also over Great Britain! Do you think the sightings are related?
Does these photos show a rod or cigar-shaped alien spaceship? Or do they show something simpler, like a meteor (more recently) or a drone (back in 2017)? Share your thoughts on this and more in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
Phoenix residents were in for an amazing sight Monday evening. Local news shared photos of what looks like swirling lights or a bizarre cloud taking up a massive portion of the sky in Phoenix (but apparently this was seen in other parts of Arizona, as well as California and Mexico, too). So far, there has been no explanation given for this mass display, but one person commented that this could be an example of "cloud iridescence," or a rainbow cloud caused by ice crystals hanging in the atmosphere. Others believe this could be the leftover "contrail" of sorts of a missile or rocket launch. The latter is a lot more likely to me, considering this was seen as far as Mexico! Also, there is a Chinese space station expected to crash near this area in the coming days, so perhaps this event is related. As always, you be the judge:
TexasUFOs will be following this story closely. In the meantime, do you live in Arizona, California or Mexico? Did you also see this mystery "cloud"? Do you know of any updates to this story? Please share!
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Amazing video of a bright fireball crashing into the earth has been featured on many news outlets. Along with the footage are photos of the crash site, which show metal spheres. Sources now say this "UFO" or "meteor" was really a piece of a satellite, in other words it was space junk.
As of 2016, the United States Strategic Command claims to track a total of 17,852 artificial objects in earth’s orbit, including 1419 operational satellites. That's a lot of potential space junk.
TexasUFOs has reported on many astonishing "meteor/UFO" crashes this month, from the meteor that caused an earthquake in Michigan to the meteor that exploded over Russia, turning night into day and causing the ground to shake. And to make matters eerier, all of this incredible sky activity is happening less than a month before the anniversary of the 2013 Valentines Day meteor over Russia, which injured thousands of people who were living in or visiting the Ural Mountains at the time.
With cases like these, it is difficult to know whether not we are looking at a meteor or "space junk" or crashing spacecraft!
If this "meteor" was really a piece of a satellite, could other "meteors" that have been reported on by the media also have been space debris?... Could a space storm launch our own satellites (known and MIA) and spacecraft right back at us? Or could there be a secret space war raging above our heads, as the late astronaut Edgar Mitchell suggested?
Share your theories in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram! And if you have any photographs or videos of a recent meteor, make sure to share those as well!
1/17/18 Update: Photos and videos are circulating online of the meteor reported to have directly hit Michigan on January 16th. Also, news reports are continuing to surface about the meteor impact, which caused houses to shake (earthquakes), loud booms to be heard in the air, and more.
Right after reporting about a mysterious fireball and power outage in parts of the US, reports of a large fireball seen over Michigan, which was so large as to cause houses to shake, was reported. What is especially eerie about all of this unusually dramatic sky activity, is it is all occurring about a month before the anniversary of the 2013 meteor impact in the Chelyabinsk region of Russia that injured thousands, and just days after another similar meteor explosion in Russia.
Just as in Russia this year and in 2013, this meteor lit up the entire night sky!
Do you think this fireball is a sign of rockier times to come? Will we see another scary fireball show on Valentines Day this year?
Are these large meteors a sign of weather change, or even space war? Share your meteor photos and videos with TexasUFOs, and share your opinions about them in the comments or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
According to video and testimony shared on an online forum, multiple reports of a fireball over the US were posted to Facebook, and along with it, many citizens experienced a brief flickering of lights. The bright meteor-like object was apparently spotted all over the countryside, from Texas to North Dakota, and during the same time frame, lights flickered in homes across Iowa and Nebraska, and possibly in New York too:
Home Security Camera captures flash of light:
Curiously enough, there were many verified reports of fireballs over Colorado, according to AMSMeteors.org, but they were from January 16th, a night after these events.
What do you think of these eyewitness reports of a fireball, followed by mysterious but brief power outages? Could the events be related? Did you happen to see this fireball (or "UFO") as well? Share your photos or videos!
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