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Looking for UFOs

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posted on Sep, 30 2019 @ 11:36 AM
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originally posted by: knackers323
Could I spend hours every night for years and still see nothing?

Well, you probably wouldn't see "nothing." There are all kinds of things flying around in the night sky, flashing and burning and twinkling. But you might be disappointed. They'll be unidentified, but they probably won't be like super obvious "alien craft." For instance, the other night I got a really good look at a meteorite that was actually a double streak. Two pretty identical trails right next to each other, zooming in. Now, I could say to myself it's highly unlikely that a meteorite would split into two roughly identical pieces such that it created a parallel trail as it burned up. So it must be a pair of alien ships coming through the atmosphere in tandem! But that wouldn't be true, just conjecture. Fun to see, though!

If you're going to look for UFOs at night, though, you really need to get a good stargazing app that shows you all the satellites zooming around. Also a flight tracker to eliminate planes.


Would love to see a black triangle or something

That would be super cool. There have been several people on this site who have gotten good looks at them (some with the help of Astr0). That would be something to behold.
edit on 30-9-2019 by Blue Shift because: (no reason given)




posted on Sep, 30 2019 @ 11:58 AM
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It would be easy for anyone to believe in alien visitation once they have seen their craft from fairly close range. But for that to happen you have to be really lucky. Really, really lucky. You have to be looking at the right place at the right time. Because they make no noise. They could be right over you and you would never know it unless maybe you saw their shadow. I saw my first one because it was so bright I could not miss it. But I would have never seen my second one if my dad had not seen it first. It would have flown right on by and we would have never known it was there.


And the only reason I saw two of them was because we lived right across the highway from the naval bases nuclear weapons storage area. Yet my friends who also lived there for many years never saw any. Right place - right time - right direction.

Your best bet might be to go to a place like ECETI ranch by Mount Adams, one of those places where things are supposedly seen at night on regular basis.



posted on Oct, 1 2019 @ 09:06 PM
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keep your eye on the skies



 
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