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SAmbag

UFO in Chile filmed from multiple angles

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SAmbag

Lifted these links from ATS. Jury's still out on what they are. Theories range from LED covered jetliners to a swarm of RC helicopters to satellite debris. Satellite debris seems plausible to me.

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Sheetz

Nothing more than a meteor or debris burning up and breaking apart falling through atmosphere....not difficult to make out at all.

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SAmbag

Nothing more than a meteor or debris burning up and breaking apart falling through atmosphere....not difficult to make out at all.

The first video I linked makes it seem obvious. As it happens, that video was also one of the later uploads andso speculation was rampant about what the initial vids were showing. The other videos aren't quite as apparent.

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ReaperS_ParadoX

Jim were you ever in space or did you just work for NASA?

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SAmbag

My NBC News piece finally ran today:

http://science.nbcne...th-america?lite

Thanks for that! To be honest, I think your article would warrant a new thread if you wanna post one. Especially since my original links are just from a forum.

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