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Jersey City, NJ UFO January 9 2010

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posted on Jan, 14 2010 @ 09:28 AM
reply to post by Chadwickus

Excuse me for the late reply.

its been cloudy, i have not been able to see anything in the past 2 days.

i keep trying but i have not seen it again, but maybe its just the cloud cover?

its supposed to be clear tonight. ill try one last time, i really hope its a planet! trust me, i don't want to be the first guy to prove that there are UFO's. the MIB, and other cliques will be at my door who would forcefully shut me up. who wants that?


EDIT: Just got back in

OK, nothing extraordinary in the sky tonight. I saw a few helicopters whizzing by, but not at the altitude, or location of the object i filmed a few days ago. i didn't see any flashy red objects at all tonight. i waited from around 6:30-8:00 EST, and i saw nothing.
If it was Mars, its supposed to be most visible by the end of this month, meaning that its supposed to be the brightest thing in the sky for a while, yet, i cannot see any similar objects in the sky, that match what i filmed the other day.

What does this mean? I dont know, and i am not a UFO hunter. Ill try, once again, tomorrow, and this time ill just record a few clips of the skyline to see if i can come up with the same result. If i do, then thats one thing, but if i dont, and really see it going that way, i still dont know what to make of it, but there you have it, the reason why i have been slow on feedback, because there was nothing to report.

[edit on 1/14/2010 by ugie1028]

[edit on 1/14/2010 by ugie1028]

posted on Jan, 19 2010 @ 05:47 PM
Jersey City, NJ

Thanks for posting your video. It really makes you wonder.

If you have clear skies any of the four nights in a row begining with
Wed Jan 20th please try to capture the ISS as it passes your
location generally from west to east about one hour after dark for
comparison to the siting you posted.

check < > for the exact time and direction.

On the 23rd it should be the brightest, a couple times brighter than
the brightest star. The viewing time is only a couple minutes but
the visual is similar to what you recorded.

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