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Although not necessarily a (ET) UFO, this strange formation is intriguing.

Was a camera lens effect or something truly strange ?

Notice the object on the left slides to the right of the formation.

Shot with a wide angle lens.

Objects seem to cross the field too fast for birds.

http://www.realufos.net/2012/07/strange-formation-over-melbourne.html

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very interesting, but could be a man-made aircraft, something new that the public doesn't have knowledge of. But, technically it is a 'UFO' (Unidentified Flying Object), since we can't really make what it is.

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I get the impression it is an Earth made, alien-tech craft, with imperfect invisible shielding.

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for all I know, it could be the batplane :iiam:

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Its the Earthquake monster

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Looks like a ship warping. Its real sad if the Govs are working on this only to save there asses only to leave us among our selfs to fend off where ever is coming there way. BTW there stratgey will never work it would only doom the human race. Lack of biodiversity is what is going to do in the few survivors.

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I don't know.

Therefore, aliens.

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very interesting, but could be a man-made aircraft, something new that the public doesn't have knowledge of. But, technically it is a 'UFO' (Unidentified Flying Object), since we can't really make what it is.

Yeah, I'd bet on man made. The government has lots of secret stuff that very few know about.

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What?! No one has posted it yet?

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Looks like a Dominion ship.

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It almost looks like the reflection from water with a plane flying overhead... But it would be too dark to even see that. No idea really..

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It's just a bird.

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It is the flying spaghetti monster those trails are his noodly appendage.

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It's just a bird.

riiiight... a glowing bird. a new species!

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riiiight... a glowing bird. a new species!

It's not glowing. It's the filter that was used to brighten up the image that makes it look like it's glowing.

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Cylon Raider for sure. *nnyyyyoooowww*

Maybe its flying doctor airplane, like in The Flying Doctors tv show?

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riiiight... a glowing bird. a new species!

Pokemon!

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I do believe there is a weather balloon in there somewhere.

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Maybe it's Krypton criminals trying to escape from the Phantom Zone.

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It seems to be this military jet, in an invisible stealth mode:

 

The Boeing B-52 Stratofortress is a long-range, subsonic, jet-powered, strategic bomber operated by the United States Air Force (USAF) since 1955. Built to carry nuclear weapons for Cold War-era deterrence missions, the B-52 Stratofortress replaced the Convair B-36. Although a veteran of a number of wars, the Stratofortress has dropped only conventional munitions in actual combat. The B-52 carries up to 70,000 pounds of weapons with an unrefueled range of nearly 9,000 miles. The B-52 also carries the largest assortment of weapons of any aircraft in the U.S. inventory. In January 2005, the B-52 became the second aircraft, after the English Electric Canberra, to mark 50 years of continuous service with its original primary operator. Even while the Air Force works on new bombers scheduled for 2018 and 2037 it intends to keep the B-52H in service until at least 2040, nearly 80 years after production ended. This is an unprecedented length of service for a military aircraft. The USAF continues to rely on the B-52 because it remains an effective and economical heavy bomber, particularly in the type of missions that have been conducted since the end of the Cold War, mainly against nations that have limited air defense capabilities. The B-52's capacity to "loiter" for extended periods over (or even well outside) the battlefield, while delivering precision standoff and direct fire munitions, has been a valuable asset in conflicts such as Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. The speed and stealth of the B-1 Lancer and B-2 Spirit have only been useful until enemy air defenses were destroyed, a task that has been swiftly achieved in recent conflicts. The B-52 boasts the highest mission capable rate of the three types of heavy bombers operated by the USAF. Whereas the B-1 averages a 53% ready rate, and the B-2 achieved a 26%, the B-52 averages 80% as of 2001.

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Yes, it does seem like it. :)

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I get the impression it is an Earth made, alien-tech craft, with imperfect invisible shielding.

 

 

Obviously...

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