UFO Sighting Photos In Chile Confirmed By Government As Not A Known Natural Phenomenon

UFO Sighting Photos In Chile Confirmed By Government As Not A Known Natural Phenomenon

A UFO sighting in Chile has been officially confirmed by a department of the government as not being produced by meteorological phenomena or any other known human-made object.

In a related report by The Inquisitr, a Mississippi hunting camera took a video of a UFO beaming down lights onto deer way out in the middle of the nowhere. The owners of the infrared were not exclaiming conspiracy theories about little green men, but they also couldn’t figure out the strange light projected by the UFO could possibly be. Since then the number of UFO sightings in 2014 have gone up significantly, with strange objects being caught on video in the United States (including a recent one in Texas), Canada, England, and the Netherlands.

These particular high quality UFO photos were taken above the Collahuasi copper mine, which is located in the northern regions of Chile. In April of 2013 four engineers say they witnessed a disc-shaped object hover 2000 feet above them for about an hour without making a sound before disappearing to the east. They described the unidentified flying object as a “a flattened disc, of brilliant color, with a diameter of 5 to 10 meters [16 to 32 feet]. It performed ascending, descending and horizontal movements in short lengths, about 600 meters above the ground.” Unfortunately, the four witnesses do not want to be associated with the UFO sighting and they have refused to talk about it further.

One technician took the UFO photos with a Kenox Samsung S860 camera and, although the four decided to keep quiet about the UFO sighting, these photos ended up in the hands of the chief engineer. Eventually, Chile’s CEFAA (Committee for the Studies of Anomalous Aerial Phenomena), which is essentially a department underneath Chile’s version of the U.S. FAA, decided to do an investigation into the UFO sighting. They ruled out lenticular clouds and other meteorological phenomena, nor did experimental aircraft, planes, weather balloons, or any of the other common UFO explanations seem to fill the bill. In the end, CEFAA decided it “is an object or phenomenon of great interest, and it can be qualified as a UFO.”

Navy physicist Bruce Maccabee thinks Chile’s UFO sighting is not a hoax:

“In the second image there appears to be a very bright hemispherical shape, convex downward… possibly a UFO enveloped in a cloud of vapor. This is clearly not a normal thing seen in the sky (bird, plane, cloud, etc.). That makes it either the real thing – UFO – or a hoax, and it doesn’t appear to be a hoax, although the inability to question witnesses does reduce the credibility. Certainly this case is worthy of further study.”

What do you think about Chile’s UFO sighting?

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