UFO Passes Venus As Amateur Astronomer Is Recording, Feb 28, 2015, UFO Sighting News.

Date of sighting: February 28, 2015
Location of sighting: Newtownards, England
Source: MUFON

Eyewitness states: 
Newtownards, Great Britain - 02-28-15 - I decided to look at Venus as it was very bright. I have a Pulsar Recon 550 night scope and I am an active observer of the night sky. 

I live on a farm and have very little light pollution. I opened the window and looked out and noticed an object beside Venus. I watched the object for a short while and then got my binoculars. 

I could not see the object with the binoculars. I rushed and got my recording equipment hooked up to my scope to record the thing. The wind was gusting up to 60mph and heading in a SW direction, directly towards me.
I hung out of my window and filmed it for approx. 4 minutes. It moved slowly from one side of Venus to the other. Clouds passed at about 4 minutes and then the object just vanished. None of this was visible to the naked eye. I did not have my IR illuminator on. Some have suggested it is lens flare. 

I have filmed bright objects like Venus, Jupiter and the Moon and not got lens flare before. I was not shooting through a window. It was open and to the right of me. The actual gap I had to film was only 6 inches, so I was unable to move either side much. It was very windy and the wind was blowing in my face quite a bit. 

Later when I went to bed, I heard a buzzing sound. I thought it was the wind vibrating off something, but it has never done it before and we are in a very windy location. No one else could hear the buzzing sound. I was still able to hear it even wearing ear plugs. 

The following day, I felt very weird and fuzzy in the head. I could not think straight and kept forgetting where I'd put things. I also had an overwhelming urge to debunk what I had witnessed the previous night.


  1. That object must be colossal! The video showed it passing behind Venus and that means the visual "footprint" of the object appeared to be about 3 times that of the planet's apparent size. Wow!

  2. Please note that Newtownards is in Northern Ireland UK

  3. Very interesting, it does seem very big though difficult to say exactly where it is in relation to Venus.

    And, as mentioned above, Newtownards isn't in England but in n.Ireland.

  4. Im envisioning one of the planet size "Sun Divers" ill personally call them, that observers have been seeing in out & around the sun as of lately...

    I keep thk'ing that they are born to balance star energies in the universe & & possibly even now brace yourselves @ your controls Scott & Crew, "They might also be also Senteint" w/ some sort of intelligence im reckoning tho w/ enough power to consume or destroy a living planet if need be & i cant reason why that thought comes to mind crew mates....

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  7. It looked like a lens flare or a refraction. A star to the left and slightly above Venus could be seen shining through this "object." It flickered at the same rate that Venus flickered, indicating that it was light from Venus being refracted by some phenomenon.

    Don't get excited, people. It's likely to be just another natural phenomenon being misinterpreted by over-eager wishful thinkers.

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