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Sightings by Astronomers
Cases 1 - 3 out of 3 in this section
Amateur astronomer observes large triangle with luminous rings in corners
February, 2, 1990 - Hamburg, Germany
A soundless flying triangle was observed near Hamburg, by the amateur astronomer Gutschke when he looked at the sky to observe the stars. The 70 meters long triangle was surrounded by a luminous dust. In the three corners there were pinkish luminous rings. The altitude was approximately 300 meters. In about 8 seconds the triangle moved from the zenith to the horizon, in the direction of the city of Hamburg, where it vanished in the dust. View full report
Source: Illobrand von Ludwiger / MUFON-CES (1998) ID: 655
Case Type: SummaryReport Features: Astronomer
Astronomer Clyde Tombaugh UFO Sighting (Astronomer Who Discovered Pluto)
August, 20, 1949 - Las Cruces, New Mexico, United States
Clyde Tombaugh was the American astronomer who discovered the planet Pluto. On August 20, 1949, he observed a UFO that appeared as a geometrically arranged group of six-to-eight rectangles of light, window-like in appearance and yellowish-green in color, which moved from northwest to southeast over Las Cruces, New Mexico. View full report
Source: Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia ID: 355
Case Type: MajorCase Features: Scientist/Engineer, Astronomer, Famous Person, Witness Photo
Edmund Halley, discoverer of Halley's Comet, sees UFO in 1676
March, - United Kingdom
Edmund Halley, the astronomer who discovered Haley's comet, could recall two accounts involving unidentified crafts. His first experience was in March of 1676, when he saw a, as he said, "Vast body apparently bigger than the moon." View full report
Source: The Bible UFO Connection ID: 492
Case Type: SummaryReport Features: Famous Person, Astronomer,
originally posted by: gortex
Testimony of Dr. Eric Norton.
You decide , I know what I think
originally posted by: Iamnotadoctor
Shouldn't this be in the hoax bin by now?