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originally posted by: SacredLore
a reply to: alldaylong
The pilots should be made to watch a good selection of YT videos of meteors and then make an informed statement if it looked like that or not :-)
originally posted by: reject
If governments were being truthful about these things, they would release satellite videos of them.
Just like the tictacs that shot up into the sky.
They absolutely have satellite videos of them.
They are keeping the world in the dark about UFOs for some reason.
1 day ago
Just did a quick check on altitudes at which it's visible. 15kms high is when most meteorites stop glowing (start at 60kms high). FL390 translates to approximately 12kms, the question is would they be able to see it 3kms above them, their reports seemed to indicate as if they were alongside or at least more or less same altitude. Also skimming the atmosphere and continuing back to space only occurs at extremely high altitudes >60kms as they are locked into the gravity field at anything lower and will burn up completely or land on Earth if they reach the denser atmosphere. Which pretty much dismisses that theory imo.
originally posted by: AstralThundera
The location makes it highly unlikely to be a Russian incursion, given that it was smack-dab between Eire & the mainland UK, an area which is undoubtedly locked up tight. Perhaps that is the reason for the location - an area which the Russians are incapable of reaching.
originally posted by: sapien82
Interesting that the Russians are denied and cant reach the Irish sea , UFO's or top secret military craft,
originally posted by: pigsy2400
What's interesting is there were multiple pilots that reported the same thing, it will be interesting to get the other testimonials and link them together if possible