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Originally posted by Illustronic
If it was a star and you saw it move live, it would have to be going beyond light speed and that is impossible. So the astute answer is no. It's not was you think you saw. What kind of telescope were you using if I may ask?
Yes someone has seen something like this before. Even with our own sun.
Originally posted by Dr Expired
Then on the night in question approx 7 to 8pm the object fell after glowing and emitting intense sparks/embers it fell straight down approx 5 degrees, then vanished.
Perhaps someone has seen this type of thing before?
The witnesses to this thermal inversion described that the "UFO"s appeared to be "spraying" the mountainside. They didn't understand what was happening but to someone who has studied optical physics like myself, it's completely understandable.
This photo was published in the January 8, 2005 edition of the Mexican newspaper El Imparcial. The following "clarifications" were given: "HERMOSILLO, Sonora(PH) - More than half of a hill located on the Hermosillo coast apparently 'vanished'....The Mexican paper published 3 of the 12 pictures that were taken by their photographer. The image above is the first of this series and apparently shows not one but two "UFOs". The second photo is very similar except that, according to the newspaper's commentator, "Matter begins to fall from the object on the left before it lands on the hilltop". A subsequent investigation, however, revealed that chunks of the hillside were not swallowed up by spacecraft, but that the hills were still perfectly intact. In reality, the photos show a typical superior mirage, whereby distant mountain tops were not only stretched out vertically, but also mirrored in the sky above.