Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Argentina: The 2018 UFO Wave in Full Swing

Source: Fundación Argentina de Ovnilogía (FAO)
Date: November 21, 2018

Argentina: The 2018 UFO Wave in Full Swing
A Report from Luis Burgos

*The Spectacular 2018 Flap Shows No Signs of Stopping*
*Nearly Simultaneous UFO Events*

Two incidents - separated by 90 minutes and 160 kilometers in a straight line from each other, Lobos/Dolores - took place in the early hours of Monday, November 19, a time at which the airspace over Buenos Aires was fenced off due to the G20 Summit. We can add to this the daylight sighting of a very strange artifact over Coronel Vidal at noon on Friday, November 16, and two reports of "transparent" triangular craft at Ramos Mejía and City Bell on previous evenings.

The Lobos Case

The sighting that took place on Monday, November 19 was around 02:00 at the Lobos Lagoon, some 2 km distant. A circular, luminous object, flying from north to south, flew slowly over the trees until it vanished. It looked yellow in plain sight and no particular sound was heard. From where we stood it looked rather low, on the horizon, slightly above the treetops. There are no airports nearby. We could record it with the cellphone and take a photo with a 10 second exposure (Info courtesy of Marina Rabino and Maury González).

The Dolores Case

At 03:30 hours on Monday, November 19, during the course of a nocturnal skywatch, I was able to see to my astonishment five objects forming a perfect triangle, flying in a Southeast-Northeast heading. I tried to record them with my cellphone but was unable to do so. A few minutes later, I saw a similar object but this time with three lights, also forming a precise triangle, but flying in a direction opposite to the first. I continued looking at the sky and was able to see an object with highly distinctive characteristics flying from South to North. It was clearly visible on account of its low altitude, spherical shape, and it seemed to rotate to me while it changed color form blinding white to amber yellow, blue and red. I reported this to the group on WhatsApp to see if you could see it in the La Plata or Punta Indio region, as this was the trajectory it was following. (Info courtesy of Julio Gómez).

[Translation (c) 2018 S. Corrales with thanks to Luis Burgos, FAO)