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Strange 'jellyfish' UFO filmed over Brazil

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Brassboy86

First!

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Brassboy86

Either it's a decorative/festive balloon. Or the camera-person is zooming and focusing on a still image. 

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Robotic Jew

Jellyfishnado...

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Timothy
11 minutes ago, Brassboy86 said:

First!

Stick to reddit! :clap:

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Stubbly_Dooright

I really don’t know what to make of this. It does stick to just hovering there. I wish the individual taking the shot, found a sold base and leaned on it, to keep his phone/camera steady.  Yeah, I know, when it’s the moment, sometimes you don’t have time to think of these things. 

When the video begins, you have the far off view and what looks like to me as a normal object in the sky with a contrail. Something, that wouldn’t have have me seeing something, (too far away to make anything of it) to have questioning it. I wonder how and what the individual saw to make them to want to investigate further with his or her phone/camera? 

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Stubbly_Dooright
8 minutes ago, Robotic Jew said:

Jellyfishnado...

I would think too high for anything ornado, but you made my day!!!  :lol:  

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MissJatti

The new weather balloon 

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Marcel Augusto Mendes

balloon

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esoteric_toad

12 million people and one video. That says it all.

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ExoPaul

Looks similar to Project Loon. Not quite the same though.

Project Loon (and other similar projects to bring Wifi to remote areas) do operate in S.America in places like Peru and Brazil. 

Could be a competitors version? 

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DreadLordAvatar

The guy has a few strange vids on his YouTube channel. Definitely hoax.

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Ratbiter

I wonder if the trail at 1:35 bottom left of screen has anything to do with it?

 

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acute
3 hours ago, Stubbly_Dooright said:

I wonder [...] what the individual saw to make them to want to investigate further

Umm..... a flying jellyfish maybe?

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Festina

Amateurs...:lol:

 

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Festina
2 hours ago, ExoPaul said:

Looks similar to Project Loon. Not quite the same though.

Project Loon (and other similar projects to bring Wifi to remote areas) do operate in S.America in places like Peru and Brazil. 

Could be a competitors version? 

Or it could be damaged and tattered version of this.

From Project Loon site..

 

 

 

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toast
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UFO woo-woo-video tutorial lesson 1: if the object dont move, move/shake the cam

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#%@$!!!
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Hammerclaw

It's a high altitude weather balloon that doesn't fully inflate at low altitude. This keeps it from bursting, higher up.

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DieChecker
Posted (edited)

Well, it's not a static pic, you can see it changing a little at a time. Theres no way to know scale. Appears not to be too windy.

I'd guess it's a prop rigged up over a regular balloon in order to make a youtube video.

Plus it appears the video was from a hand held phone, or small camera. If it was huge and far off, those probably would fail to zoom on it as well as they do.

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Stubbly_Dooright
5 hours ago, acute said:

Umm..... a flying jellyfish maybe?

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No, at first it was too far away to noticed the difference. 

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acute
24 minutes ago, Stubbly_Dooright said:

No, at first it was too far away to noticed the difference. 

I was just trying to be humorous.

(Don't worry. If you ignore me, I go away. :tu:)

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tortugabob

Boring. Maybe a cloud or a weather balloon.

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Twas Brillig
16 hours ago, Tuco's Gas said:

The contrails are at an improper angle to the alleged craft, and plus, they don't exit from symmetrical locations on the exterior circumference as they would in reality.

You got it all wrong! Those aren't contrails, those are dangling thingies. Get it straight ya wazoo!

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Twas Brillig
Posted (edited)
16 hours ago, Hammerclaw said:

It's a high altitude weather balloon that doesn't fully inflate at low altitude. This keeps it from bursting, higher up.

I want to take this into consideration but can you please provide a link to photo which illustrates your comment?  

 

Such as this?  Image result for high altitude weather balloon that doesn't fully inflate at low altitudeImage result for high altitude weather balloon that doesn't fully inflate at low altitude

 

The Project MANHIGH III balloon and gondola, shortly after launch at Holloman AFB, 1151 UTC, 8 October 1958. (Al Fenn/LIFE Magazine)The Project MANHIGH III balloon and gondola, shortly after launch at Holloman AFB, 6:51 a.m., 8 October 1958. (Al Fenn/LIFE Magazine)

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Twas Brillig

Jellyfish UFO or weather balloon.jpg

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