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UFO captured by Infrared camera over Puerto Rico
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2013 Aguadilla Puerto Rico UAP/USO

UFO captured by Infrared camera
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Interesting video
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That's like the most interesting one I've seen. My wife swears that she saw a massive UFO swooshing several times up close. Man, I wish I could've seen at least one!!!
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(08-17-2015, 01:11 PM)BoFox Wrote: That's like the most interesting one I've seen. My wife swears that she saw a massive UFO swooshing several times up close. Man, I wish I could've seen at least one!!!

Keep your eyes open. They fly in plain sight all the time.
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Looks like an out of control RC chopper to me.
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(08-17-2015, 10:10 PM)SteelCrysis Wrote: Looks like an out of control RC chopper to me.

My thoughts precisely! You can see the rotors at times in the video.
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(08-17-2015, 10:34 PM)gstanford Wrote:
(08-17-2015, 10:10 PM)SteelCrysis Wrote: Looks like an out of control RC chopper to me.

My thoughts precisely!  You can see the rotors at times in the video.
I noticed them too. RC choppers need constant input from the pilot due to how unstable they are. The rotation the object goes through is consistent with a helicopter spinning because the tail rotor isn't applying enough thrust. Yes, tail rotor thrust is adjustable by the pilot, that's how a helicopter turns.
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I think you should start watching it at the 1:50 point, be sure to watch it all the way thru cause it gets even more interesting after 2:30.
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Yeah, like an invisibility cloak going on and off, making it look like a mirrored duplicate (or there was actually two of them)? Then disappearing altogether right after crossing the shoreline..

Could just be really really advanced tech.
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Quote:Published on Sep 2, 2015
Date of sighting: August 5, 2015
Location of sighting: Baltic Sea, Russia
A cluster of red glowing UFOs were seen last month over the Baltic Sea. The sightings took place during sunset, which is the #1 time to catch a UFO. As I have said before, When the sun is setting, the light that bends around the cloak will no longer work for a few minutes. This is why so many are seen during this time of the day. I made a crude example below of how and where person can and cannot see a UFO in the picture below. I hope it helps.
Scott C. Waring
http://www.ufosightingsdaily.com
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