The documentary has released recordings of several pilots who say they saw “Bright lights move in long circles” for hours in the sky while flying en route from Japan and Hawaii to the west coast of the United States.
Researchers release stunning air traffic control video recording of US pilot who reported sightings of a strange Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) while flying over the Pacific Ocean.
Experienced pilots reported seeing “Long circles of bright light” for hours in the sky. while flying on routes from Japan and Hawaii to the west coast of the United States in August and September
They attempted to photograph groups of three to five bright objects from the cabin. which seems to be flying in the sky where the constellation Ursa Major is located
“We have some planes going north here. And they’re circling at a much higher altitude than we are…”
“Do you know what they are?” asks Mark Hulsey, a pilot who flies a Gulfstream charter off the coast of Los Angeles.
The pilot described seeing “Probably three planes there” and 23 minutes later called the Air Traffic Control Center (ARTCC) saying “about 7 planes right now” and assessed that. “At least 5 to 10,000 feet above us.”
Halsey asked the controller to explain further: “They just walked in circles.”
“I am a Marine Corps F-18 pilot. And I tell you I’ve intercepted many times. I’ve never seen anything like this before,” he told reporters.
Chris Van Voorhis, 63, described seeing three to five objects much brighter than the stars around him. fades away with no discernible pattern and moving in a “treadmill” circle as he flew from Honolulu to Los Angeles in August.
Experienced pilots have confirmed that the object appears to be in Earth’s orbit or far into space. Due to its continuous position near the constellation Ursa Major as it flies over the ocean for several hours.
“Other airlines were like, hey, do you see what we see?” said the veteran pilot.
“They are very bright lights. You see them moving and they go off.” And he clarified that they could not be satellites. Because they will move in a straight line and in the same direction.
“It must be in very high orbit. or even in space quite far from what might be a satellite. Because every time we see It will be in the lower right corner of the Big Dipper. no matter what It’s part of the world we used to be.”
“It went on for so long that it was almost boring.”
Van Voorhis said UFO sightings were common among pilots: “Among my fellow pilots, at least 50% have seen some anomaly,” he said.
“We have a global phenomenon from west Japan to east Miami. whatever The pilot sees it from the other side of the world,” he said.
But Hansen said there is currently no proper process to report such sightings. even foreign objects that could endanger the safety of commercial airlines.