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Two unidentified objects captured on film in the skies over San Diego

By T.K. Randall
November 3, 2022 · Comment icon 10 comments

What are these objects ? Image Credit: Twitter / magot_e_dead
The footage, which was uploaded recently onto Twitter, has since been picked up by numerous news outlets.
Posted back on October 17th by a Twitter user with the handle "@magot_e_dead", the intriguing clip shows what appear to be two bright objects moving together across the Californian sky.

"Woah, dude, what is that ?" a woman's voice can be heard saying.

As the clip continues, the objects disappear briefly behind some clouds before descending underneath, stopping for a few seconds, then continuing to move in a downward trajectory.

"That's crazy," the voice continues. "Oh, what ?"

The clip quickly attracted quite a lot of attention, with journalists from NBC News and WSVN 7 expressing an interest in featuring a report on the video on their respective news channels.
The footage also made an appearance in the media abroad, such as in the UK's Daily Mirror.

But what exactly does it show ?

While some Twitter users were quick to jump to an extraterrestrial interpretation, others, including the woman who posted the video, have suggested that the objects could be flares.

This idea is backed up by the fact that the objects seem to be gradually losing altitude.

You can check out the clip for yourself below - what do you think the footage shows ?

Source: Twitter | Comments (10)

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #1 Posted by Buzz_Light_Year 11 months ago
Space junk burning up in the atmosphere.
Comment icon #2 Posted by jethrofloyd 11 months ago
Shattered remains of a small meteorite?
Comment icon #3 Posted by equshemonius 11 months ago
People sure don't know how to take video(I know it takes a little practice).
Comment icon #4 Posted by astrobeing 11 months ago
The only reason it's unidentified is because it's just a photo of two blobs of light in the sky.
Comment icon #5 Posted by Inkgnition 11 months ago
In the age of cheap SFX and drones, it could be anything.
Comment icon #6 Posted by Desertrat56 11 months ago
RC planes have been misidentified for decades when their owners fly them at night with little lights on them.
Comment icon #7 Posted by qxcontinuum 11 months ago
They are clearly burning and those are in flames , whatever they are. Human tehnology nonetheless.   
Comment icon #8 Posted by Gumball 11 months ago
You get synchronised air display teams that use pyro technics at the rear.
Comment icon #9 Posted by the13bats 11 months ago
I wouldnt have mentioned it but i saw something a bit like this coming home from work a couple weeks back. About 3 to 4 am it was west slightly north in the night sky. Mine was one very bright fireball that moved slow behind ( in out ) of a cloud, and what caught my eye it looked large but no way to accurately gauge size, it was bright orange ( not trump blimp ) and appeared burning and seemed to travel horizontal and vanished. Tina who normally is passed out ahem sleeping on the way home after a club night popped up said, "geez, its a plane" and went back to sleep. I dont drink, smoke or use ... [More]
Comment icon #10 Posted by Funkmatic72 11 months ago
My guess it's flares released with something with twin engines. Like a fighter jet, for missile avoidance. Maybe they just needed to be used up. Also it tricks you alittle bit when she pans down and then zooms out. The flares are at the same level until they start falling. 

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