June 19, 2012

White UFO Seen Over Buffalo, New York On June 2012, VIDEO.



Date of sighting: June 2012
Location of sighting: Buffalo, New York, USA


Eyewitness states: 
"An HD video I shot that happened to catch some anomaly in the background. After further examination and editing software manipulation (zoom and slomo), this thing appears stranger than I originally thought. Had this uploaded in original format and someone suggested a bolide. But after a closer look it seems to have a diamond shape with a light or reflective material in the middle. Could be round as well, Thoughts?"



2 comments:

  1. Looking at the footage, I would say the only logical explaination would be an F-16 Eagle. The mid mounted semi delta wings are one indicator. The bubble canopy is another indicator. It appears flashing in the sun.
    The reason it appears to materialize into thin air is because of the slim front profile of the aircraft. It appears to be coming head on to the camera, then breaks to it's left and goes into a stoop, possibly in the latter stage of a Immelmann manuver. It also appears to be out about fifteen kilometers out. Moving away fron the camera. It would take Fifteen plus seconds for the sound to travel to the camera mic. The G.E. turbofan engine roars at 120+ db....Air density and wind direction plays in important factor in the audibility of the object. The speed of which the object moves appears to exceed sonic threshold. This may be due in part to camera stability and the tree branches moving, giving the object the illusion of great speed.
    On the otherhand, some physical characteristics about the video does not add up. Speed. That's the only sticking point for me in this footage.

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  2. Looking at the footage, I would say the only logical explaination would be an F-16 Eagle. The mid mounted semi delta wings are one indicator. The bubble canopy is another indicator. It appears flashing in the sun.
    The reason it appears to materialize into thin air is because of the slim front profile of the aircraft. It appears to be coming head on to the camera, then breaks to it's left and goes into a stoop, possibly in the latter stage of a Immelmann manuver. It also appears to be about fifteen kilometers out. Moving away from the camera. It would take Fifteen plus seconds for the sound to travel to the camera mic. The G.E. turbofan engine roars at 120+ db....Air density and wind direction plays in important factor in the audibility of the object. The speed of which the object moves appears to exceed sonic threshold. This may be due in part to camera stability and the tree branches moving, giving the object the illusion of great speed.
    On the otherhand, some physical characteristics about the video does not add up. Speed. That's the only sticking point for me in this footage. So if it is not an F-16, you have some strange footage....

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