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UFO videos

Many people have difficulty accepting that extra-terrestrial craft are common around the earth.  This page is dedicated to providing a link that can help others to come to terms with their reality.

UFO fleet over Mexico Jan. 27 2012

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UFO Over Tokyo, Sept. 7, 2012

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UFOs Over Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Amazing footage shot by Joe Kiernan said to be at North Myrtle Beach, S.C. dusk around 8pm on August 26, 2012 of what looks to be a Mothership hiding in the clouds!

This was witnessed by hundreds of people. Also notice the small object disappear as it zooms underneath the unusual lights!

WARNING EXPLETIVES – Very Coarse Language!

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UFO Over Olympic Opening Ceremony

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Daytime UFO – Very clear shot – August 2009

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NASA UFOs: STS-75 The Tether Incident

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On Sunday, February 25, 1996, the Space Shuttle Columbia deployed an experimental tether into orbit. The experiment was called the Tethered Satellite System (TSS- 1R) and it’s purpose of this was to attempt to generate electricity by utilizing Earth’s magnetic field.

Unfortunately the tether broke so the experiment was not a success, although approximately five hours of data were recorded.

What really made “The Tether Incident” famous was the appearance of many unidentified flying objects (UFOs) clearly visible in the NASA footage.  Rational minds reject NASA’s explanation of space debris and ice particles which appear to pulsate and change course.

The 12 mile long tether is viewed in near ultra-violet light.  The pulsating ships of light can be seen passing behind this allowing us to gauge their size at over 2 miles in diameter.

The original video was recorded by a technician at a telemetry relay station and found it’s way in to the public.  There are many other videos on youtube with all sorts of analysis and image stabilization.

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