Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Argentina: Was a "Mothership" Seen in Mar del Sur?


Source: Luis Burgos (FAO/ICOU - Argentina)

Date: 05.11.2021

 Argentina: Was a "Mothership" Seen in Mar del Sur?

 Mar del Sur is a small community on the Atlantic coast, located between Miramar and Centinela de Mar (Province of Buenos Aires). Precisely last night, Tuesday, May 10 at 22:30 hours, a resident noticed a strange anomaly in the sky and remarked about it with relatives, who in turn gave notice to a UFO group.

The witness apparently returned home by car along Avenida 100 after going on an errand, when he noticed a vehicle "hanging" in the sky. He reduced speed, lowered the window, and saw a huge spindle shaped object, similar to a Zeppelin, according to his description, on which something like illuminated portholes could be seen. Without detecting any noise or sounds, the object was suspended over the countryside and behind the treeline.

The man continued driving to skirt the trees and get a better view, only to find the object was no longer there, not noticing any other object in flight in the vicinity. What struck the protagonist most was the sheer size of the object, to which he ascribes a 100 meter (328 ft) length and wondered if anyone from Miramar and its vicinity had seen it as well.

The man regrets not having had his cellphone on hand at the time. We are checking this information in case any report from nearby is received. Likewise, the only regional air traffic received was a flight from Ushuaia to Buenos Aires flying over Claromecó (Tres Arroyos), a locality far from the sighting area, at 22:50 hours. Nor was there any 'visible' record of the Starlink satellites at that time schedule, as it was recorded over southeastern Buenos Aires between 19:20 and 19:26 hours, but with a very low magnitude of 3.8.

Weather conditions indicated that it was raining in the area until 20:00 hours in the area, with few clouds in the sky between 21:00 and 23:00. It was a cool night with winds blowing at 15 km/h. Research is ongoing.


Information provided by Lucas Zubrzycki

Supervision: Luis Burgos, Luis Bianchi y Miguel Peralta (FAO La Plata)


[Translation (c) 2021 S. Corrales, IHU]