I'm always fascinated with reports of USOs, great find. Let's see what happens if another closer sat pass happens.
No wake or obvious wave splash on the first one. The disc..interesting.
Some time ago I had read a story/report from a fisherman who claimed he and his crew had seen a USO twice in the Atlantic.
He said the noticed it coming toward their ship from several hundred feet away and it was just below the surface.
He went on to say it came directly at mid ship and they braced for an expected collision. But the 'grey tubular thing' went under his boat and he
estimated it's length was four to five hundred feet. He figured it was moving at forty knots. No apparent windows. He said what was most odd about
both sightings was absolutely NO WAKE from it. No bubbles, ripples or anything.
Dallas-I've heard some physicists speculate that these things have some sort of an anti-matter field surrounding them that help them move through
water just like it was air, and they don't really disturb the water, they just seem to 'cut through' it sharply.
According to a post that can be seen on Google Earth, those things were concrete slabs built on top of some rocks to keep them from eroding and to
keep the status of island, so the country that owns them, Japan, could keep their claim of territorial waters.
I will try to find something more.
Edit: the island is called Oki-no-torishima or Oki-no-tori-shima.
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