UFO ‘filmed for 40 minutes’ in China

By | September 7, 2009

Is it what we think it might be? A still image taken during the sighting of what appears to be a UFO that appeared over China during the July 22 solar eclipse Could this finally be it – 40 minutes of undisputed proof that we are not alone?

Scientists at the Purple Mountain Observatory in Nanjing, China believe it is a real possibility that this footage of an unidentified flying object is the evidence we have all been waiting for.

They have confirmed 40 minutes of footage of the object was captured during this summer’s solar eclipse – and that research has already started on a year-long investigation to find out what it is.

And the scientists were not the only ones to capture the walnut-shaped object on camera.

The clear, daylight sighting occurred over Deqing in Guandong Province. Dozens of students claimed to have seen the object sailing through the air during a rooftop observation of the July 22 solar eclipse.

At least nine of the students photographed it, producing such incredible images as those here.

The UFO was also seen to change colour and shape, with the students claiming it initially appeared to be a glowing blue colour, but later darkened.

via UFO ‘filmed for 40 minutes’ as Chinese scientists prepare to study footage for a year in hopes of proving we are not alone | Mail Online.

The two photos above could be of the same zeppelin shaped balloon with pointy ends. Unless it did anything to suggest otherwise, I’d say it just seems like a balloon.  Can someone translate the video and let us know if they say anything about it acting in a way that is inconsistent with a balloon? Did it seem to maneuver? Did it speed away? Did it form any other shapes than the two shown here?

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