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Video - UFO over Ukraine

By July 28, 2010

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Masha Dimitriov of the newspaper UA Reporter, has posted a video of a UFO which was sighted over the village of Rozovke, in the Carpathian Mountain region of Ukraine.

At about 5:30 PM, on June 2, 2010, a local journalist saw the unusual flying object, and took the footage.

The videographer was drawn to the object because of its great speed, and for what it's worth, the UFO group, UFODOS, of the Ukraine, has declared the object as "unidentified."

Check out the video at UFO Videotaped over the Ukraine, and see what you think.

Comments

July 28, 2010 at 10:56 am
(1) PhilB says:

I really have to question the validity of sightings which are only report weeks and months afterwards.
Do they need that much time to “edit” the pictures or to “create” the UFOs in the pictures?

Real reports on incidents on events are broadcast around the world within hours.

Seems the faster they can fly the slower the media…

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July 28, 2010 at 11:49 am
(3) Edwin says:

I agree with Phil. Plus it looks like fake low quality CGI anyway.

July 28, 2010 at 12:42 pm
(4) Brock says:

Doesn’t look out of the ordinary or extremely fast. Could be anything currently flying.

July 28, 2010 at 2:38 pm
(5) Jacob says:

Thought it was just a plane. Does not look as an UFO, nor as CGI stuff.

July 28, 2010 at 3:03 pm
(6) COME ONNNNNN says:

I think this video is a fake for one reason , A journalist filmed this. Wouldn’t his video camera have a more powerful zoom on it? rather that film it from a far distance, why not zoom in on it. we all have seen the news in the morning with footage from a helicopter and how far away the camera can zoom in on the street. Its fake

July 28, 2010 at 9:07 pm
(7) HitShappens says:

+1 Jacob

July 29, 2010 at 5:37 pm
(8) Kevin says:

As Simon Cowell would say… Sorry! I don’t see anything out of the ordinary in that video. Looks like a high flying jet. Why is this reported as a UFO?

July 31, 2010 at 3:31 am
(9) coldreason says:

Since it was filmed in the mountains; the distance of the object and the clouds cannot be determined from film.

There is a sound exactly like that of a small, single piston, two cycle, internal combustion engine. The diminuation of the sound greatly exceeds that of the objects physical size as it travels away. Ergo; a model.

August 2, 2010 at 5:49 pm
(10) Larry says:

C’mon…It’s a plane.

August 2, 2010 at 9:20 pm
(11) Ann says:

Edwin, “fake low quality CGI”?
I looked up “CGI” and it could be:
Common Gateway Interface
Clinton Global Initiative
Computer-Generated Imagery
“Canít Get In”
Cognitively Guided Instruction
Coast Guard Institute
Cape Girardeau, MO, USA – Municipal Airport
Carbon Graphite Iron … etc., etc.

PhilB, this was a public news item in Ukraine on June 4th, after it was video taped on the 2th. That’s fairly quick. It just got into YouTube late. But, unless someone studies the tape, we’ll not know if it was “edited.” Anyway, why would a “journalist” (that much we are certain) go to the trouble to edit what is actually a simplistic, few second image of a UFO? He sure won’t get any special recognition for showing a UFO image in Ukraine (you must take my word for it, I’ve had experiences in Ukraine. Ukrainians assume a lot other stuff is far more newsworthy). In fact, if anything he’s perhaps jeopardizing his career.

Jacob, Kevin and Larry don’t planes and jets have wings? If it’s a jet wouldn’t it leave a trail? I don’t see any. Is it so high that wings would not be invisible?

coldreason, Uzhgorod is the very southwestern corner of Ukraine and the city and surrounding villages are in hills at best. They’re called “mountains,” but they’re hardly anything like the Rockies in the U.S., more like low lying Appalachian “mountains”.

COME ONNNNNN: it was filmed in Ukraine. Don’t assume people in other countries necessarily have the electronic conveniences you are accustomed to. Yes, even or specially “journalists.” They aren’t the best paid professionals in Ukraine by long shot.

But, like many videos, this one doesn’t have a ground reference point. We don’t know where the photographer or the object are in relation to each other and the object. But, still I think this daylight image is interesting and shouldn’t dismiss it so quickly.

Billy, when did you start attracting so many skeptics?

August 3, 2010 at 4:38 am
(12) Mike R says:

I’ve seen one of those babies move and believe me, this looks like a fake. Back in the mid eighties and when it left, it left. It’s as if we caught it off guard and we watched it for about five seconds then it was gone, I mean gone, just like that. I’ve seen a lot of fakes posted over the internet over the years and this looks very fake.

August 3, 2010 at 3:53 pm
(13) Sam B says:

Commercial airliner at high altitude. Virtually all airliners are either predominately white or unpainted (natural aluminum). The correct sun angle can illuminate the fuselage but leave the wings relatively dark. The impression, especially through obscuring clouds, can very easily be one of a saucer or wingless cigar-shaped object.

August 4, 2010 at 12:42 am
(14) Larry H. says:

I have footage of one just like that, very fast, silent. I submitted mine to MUFON. Looks like the same thing. You guy just sit around harpooning any video you see. I would say thats just not the case on every video. It may be that they are just what they look like UFOs, or just unkown but not faked. Howdy from Texas.

August 5, 2010 at 11:50 am
(15) NightTrain says:

It appears to be moving fairly fast but it also looks like a plane to me. Perhaps military. Doesn’t look like CGI. If it was I think they would have made it more alien looking

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