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UFO Over O’Hare Airport: New Report

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UFO Over O’Hare Airport: New Report
[link to www.livescience.com]

Author Leonard David

The National Aviation Reporting Center on Anomalous Phenomena (NARCAP), based in Vallejo, California, has investigated that November 7 incident allegedly involving an unidentified aerial object that violated controlled airspace at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport.

As viewed by airline and airport employees at O’Hare, the object was round and revolving, gray in color and metallic. It hovered at an altitude less than 1,900 feet above ground level.

“The identity of the UAP [unidentified aerial phenomenon] remains unknown,” notes the over 100 page NARCAP report.

The group has called for an official government inquiry into the matter, noting that their analysis suggests that a “significant air safety problem existed at O’Hare International Airport” given the UAP incident. The NARCAP assessment of the sighting states further inquiry should be carried out “to evaluate whether or not current sensing technologies are adequate to insure against a future incident such as this.”

The report in its entirety can be viewed at www.NARCAP.org

Meanwhile, the Chicago airport sighting — and a host of other UFO-related insights — are to take center stage at the Mutual UFO Network’s (MUFON) 38th International UFO Symposium, to be held August 10-12 in Denver, Colorado.

Drop by the event in the travel convenience of choice, be it car, airplane, or UFO - but first teleport yourself via Internet to the MUFON site at: [link to mufon.com]

 Quoting: LiveScience
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UFO sightings published by MoD

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A rotating silver pyramid, a "metallic spinning object" with green engines and a "mother ship with two smaller orbs" were among the bizarre UFO sightings reported to the Ministry of Defence last year.

The ministry has published details of 97 reports of unidentified flying objects in 2006, opening a treasure trove of potential information to those who believe we are not alone.

It has also published details of reported sightings going back to 1998, showing there have been scores each year.

Previously, details of classified reports were kept secret for 30 years.

Discs, orbs, cigars and pencils have all been spotted buzzing around the sky in odd movements.

One of the most startling encounters - one might even say of the Third Kind - was when an alien apparently popped its head around a couple's kitchen window in Hastings, East Sussex.

The MoD's log dutifully reported: "Two witnesses thought that they saw an alien outside their kitchen window."

Tyne & Wear appears to have been kept under surveillance by extra-terrestrials for two weeks last October.

On Oct 14 a resident in Sunderland reported spotting "a silver pyramid that was rotating at a low speed and off centre."

Two weeks later "a black triangular UFO was seen, with three lights on it" hovering above nearby Hetton-Le-Hole.

Barlaston in Staffordshire was haunted for a week by a "mother ship and two smaller orbs", one white and one orange.

And Eastleigh Cotswolds in Hampshire experienced a "metallic spinning object that had heat sources showing green".

Almost all the sightings can be explained, according to Robert Rosamond, chairman of the British UFO Research Association (Bufora).

Many are helicopters or other human-designed craft like weather balloons and satellites, while others are optical illusions and unusual cloud formations.

But a handful are of genuine interest, he said.

"Around 98 per cent of cases can be explained. The remaining two per cent keep us fascinated," he enthused.

There were also an unusually high number of sightings around Guy Fawkes' Night and New Year's Eve, when fireworks light up the sky.

A spotter from Maidstone, Kent, rang in on Dec 31 with the rather unreliable message that there were "UFO, lights - so many different ones".

The MoD published the details after a Freedom of Information Act request, a spokesman said.

She said the ministry did not investigate each and every report.

"We only investigate if there have been any objects in British air space that may be military," she explained.

"Unless there's evidence of a potential threat we don't investigate to try to identify it."

A spokesman from the Civil Aviation Authority refused to be drawn on the report. "We don't have any involvement with UFOs," she said.

2006 Sightings

19 March, 6.35pm, Newquay, Cornwall

A bright disc was seen hanging in the sky. The object appeared to quiver, rather than move. Moved around and then just vanished.

8 May, 1.11pm, St. Tudwal's Islands, Mid-Wales

The object looked like a black square hanging in the sky.

17 June, 9.45pm, Broadstairs, Kent

Five orange balls of light, going over one at a time, at about 10-15 minute intervals.

4 July, 10pm, Locherbridges, Dumfries

Dome shaped static object, with lights running up and down the dome, with another light swaying to and from beneath.

18 July, 4.15pm, Stevenage, Bedfordshire The object was oblong shape, and was also described as looking a bit like a scooter.

9 September, 9pm, Stamford Hill, London

There was a massive bang and then two large fire balls were seen moving from East to West. They were very bright.

29 November, 12.50am, Coatbridge, Glasgow

Triangular object which changed to a round shape, then became elongated. Had red lights on it. Plus a blue circle around it.
 Quoting: Telegraph.co.uk