The following is a direct translation of the following article... analuisacid.com... Quote : " Monday, January 18, 2010, a Mexicana de
Aviaciaon Airbus-A320 flew close to a UFO as it went over Xochimilco, according to Alfonso Salazar (UFO researcher and aviation technician)
This occurred as the airliner made its climbing maneuvers to achieve an appropriate altitude for a straight and level flight. The time was 11:55 a.m.
The Mexican airliner flew some 200 meters form a spherical, seemingly metallic object that changed colors (from aluminum gray to brilliant red). The
aircraft was heading east of Mexico City while the object headed south.
According to unofficial data, and under excellent meteorological conditions, the UFO was detected visually as it flew at an approximate altitude of
10,000 meters. " UFOs were recorded in the same area days before this reported event.
Originally posted by Chadwickus
You'd think that more than just him would notice them huh?
[edit on 22/1/10 by Chadwickus]
No, not really. The sky is usually very grey and those spheres are very little, so is hard to see them. Also everybody is on their own business as is
usual in a big city. You have to be looking for them and be lucky to notice, people just hardly look to the sky.
Once I saw a huge number of strange things on the sky... there were LOTS of people around me, did somebody else notice it? no, did I have a reason to
get excited? No, i didn't have a camera, and although i am sure they were not balloons, airplanes or birds, who knows what those things were. So if
one hundred ufos in the sky can go above us without notice, two or three per day are just as invisible as the air.
Anyway, both the video and the pictures are completely unrelated to the sighting: the video(s) were taken on January 16 and 17, while the caption of
the pics reads: "Photographs of the plane and the image of a UFO similar to the January 18 encounter"
An object was seen like that near where I live but it was one of those aluninium sheets they put round runners after a race to keep them warm.
It got a lot of people looking up but we found out that a half marathon had taken place only a few miles away and the wind had caught one of these
aluminium blankets not say this is the same but quite often these objects are mylar balloons which look similar.
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