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An amateur astronomer noticed that “something at a considerable height” was moving along. It happened on Saturday afternoon between “13:10 and 13:40” hours”.
He admitted that it could be a “weather balloon” and managed to photograph it while engaged in yard work. César Fornari contacted UNO to describe what happened while he trimmed a tree in his backyard. “ I saw a curious object to the southwest at an altitude of 20 degrees,” he said.
He strove for a more technical description while continuing his story. “[the object] made an arc that reached maximum altitude around 70 degrees before heading southeast. It had a rather interesting glow, clearly visible in the blue sky. This means that it was not hard to find it despite the brightness of the day,” said the director of the Galileo Galilei Observatory, which he operates out of his own home
Following the sighting of a strange object over Oro Verde on Saturday afternoon, an employee of a downtown service station in the city of Paraná also claimed having had a similar experience, although in her case, it was at night.
Maria Salzmann, a worker at the Automovil Club Argentino station on the corner of Buenos Aires and Laprida Streets, told UNO her experience: “On Saturday, while at ACA, I went to change in order to work the night shift, and when I was in the women’s lounge patio putting on my shoes, I happened to look up and saw something that flew by incredibly fast.
Impassioned, the 30-year-old woman said that “the light wasn’t very strong, but it was solid and unblinking.” Startled, she realized that the object did not look like anything known to her: “I had the time to notice if it was an airplane or a helicopter, but no. Besides, it passed by too close to me. I saw it for some six or seven seconds.”