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‘Blue Glowing’ UFO Captured on Video Over Sandy, Utah

'Blue Glowing' UFO Captured on Video Over Sandy, Utah 9-20-15


By Roger Marsh

A Utah witness at Sandy reported watching and videotaping a “blue glowing object” hovering in the sky, according to testimony in Case 70772 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The witness first observed the object at 9:30 p.m. on September 20, 2015.

“I observed an object in the sky that was not moving at all,” the witness stated. “It appeared very far in the distant sky and had a blue glow color.”

The witness then went inside to get a camera.

“As I began to take pictures it began to move across the sky. I heard no noise, or saw no trail. It was a mostly a cloud-less night, and I saw other stars in the sky, and this was definitely different than a star as it appeared blue rather than white like a star.”

The witness and his family watched the object for about 15 minutes. […]

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Additional Videos of Mysterious Lights Over El Paso | UFO NEWS

Additional Videos of Mysterious Lights Over El Paso 8-25-15

     Editor’s Note: El Pasoans were paying attention on the night of August, 25th as several residents captured mysterious lights over the city.

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Mysterious UFOs Recorded Over El Paso, Texas | VIDEO

Mysterious UFOs Recorded Over El Paso 8-25-15

Editor’s Note: KVIA Channel 7 News received a a video from one Raul Callejo who recorded some mysterious lights over El Paso, and tagged the piece as: “Some believe lights in East El Paso are UFO.”

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New Horizons Probe’s July 14 Pluto Flyby

New Horizons Lorri Observations

By SPACE.com

     NASA’s New Horizons probe is about to lift the veil on Pluto. On July 14, New Horizons will perform the first-ever flyby of the faraway dwarf planet, zooming within 7,800 miles (12,500 kilometers) of its frigid surface. The close encounter will give researchers their first up-close looks at Pluto, which has remained mysterious since its 1930 discovery. LATEST VIDEO: Undiscovered Country – How Many More Plutos Are There?

Update for Sunday, July 12: As of Sunday morning, New Horizons was just 1.36 million miles (2.19 million kilometers) from Pluto, and less than two days from closest approach. The spacecraft is healthy and performing well, mission team members said. The team received some optical-navigation data from New Horizons earlier this morning and expects to get a final set around 1:30 p.m. EDT (1730 GMT) today; this information will help the probe’s handlers determine if they need to make any slight timing adjustments to their plan for science observations during closest Pluto approach, which will occur at 7:49 a.m. EDT (1149 GMT) on Tuesday (July 14). At that time, New Horizons will zoom within 7,800 miles (12,500 km) of the dwarf planet’s surface. . . .

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