posted on Aug, 16 2007 @ 04:51 PM
The navigation lights do suggest a plane, possibly military. I have seen ufos and have never seen any display navigation lights. Navigation lights are
required under FAA regulations.
I have grown up around airplanes, as two of my uncle's worked with them, one had an airport for light aircraft, and the other sells military and
other aircraft. My first husband was a flight tech for the B-52 bomber H model, and my dad was a radar technician in the Air Force. Also, I took four
years of study with AFJROTC, when I studied in America. We had to be able to recognize planes in silhouette and learned the types of strobes that they
carried. I have to admit I was a failure at putting a model together of a P52, although I managed to get a pass on my model.
The models were used to teach us positioning of aircraft parts and such-like on various aircrafts.
I think it is either a Stealth Bomber given it's shape, and angle of trajectory in flight, or it is an experimental craft using new technology, of
possible unknown origin.
One comment said that it was two-storeys in height. Planes are enormous, especially when they fly at low altitudes. Given the distance of the
observers to the craft, it was hard to pinpoint it's altitude.
I am not poo-poohing the idea that it could be of extraterrestrial origin. It is just that the angle and speed suggested that it was man-made,
although I have seen recently a slow moving ufo that was neither a plane, or blimp, or balloon. It was at night, and it didn't have any navigation
lights. What helped in my observation was an airplane had been coming into the city perpendicular to the craft I was observing, at a much higher
altitude and it's navigation lights were clearly visible; whereas, the other object was at a much lower altitude, highly visible, and appeared to be
metallic, v-shaped, and well-lit with no navigation lights moving in a slow speed, and disappeared not far from my view, and I was able to still
observe the airplane which was approaching the city, after the object disappeared.
The object was flying in such a way that it didn't go behind any buildings and was flying in a direct path. I was the only one that noticed it that
night, as there was a lot of commotion outside the pub, where I had observed the plane and the object.
This is just an example of an unknown craft without navigation lights flying at a low ceiling. Something else, I did notice, there were no other
planes sent to intercept it, as it was in clear violation, not having navigation lights, which suggests that it was a ufo.
In the case of the Jersey ufo in America, the navigation light suggests something closer to home.