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    • By USH
      Translation from report diariodeavisos.elespanol.com: A possible meteorite has triggered the alarms in Gran Canaria on the afternoon of this Wednesday. According to official sources, it crossed La Palma, El Hierro, La Gomera, the south of Tenerife and passed through Gran Canaria, to end up plunging into the sea, on the north coast, between the municipalities of Arucas and Guía. 

      The loud noise generated by the trajectory of the meteorite triggered alarm among the population in different parts of the island, with special emphasis on the Santa Brígida area, where it was even thought of a landslide. The subsequent fire in an area of the municipality suggested that it was due to the impact of the meteorite, something that was later ruled out. 
      When it entered the Canarian sky, a luminous object of an intense red color was seen and then a trail of smoke. He crossed the western islands in the direction of Gran Canaria. 
      The alert began at 3:39 p.m. this Wednesday, at which time dozens of people have called 112 reporting "tremors" of origin yet to be identified. According to the sources of the emergency service, they have not had to intervene for the moment and are collecting information about the incident. 
      "I do not know the origin, but the tremor was quite important. Not only windows, the floor and walls trembled and in the background a sound like a distant explosion," said Twitter user @meteograncanaria.com 
      The National Geographic Institute has registered the shock, but still does not specify the origin. The authorities are trying to find out the cause of the great noise that this Wednesday keeps Gran Canaria in suspense . 
      Although it is believed to have been a meteorite, this has not yet been proven. It is said to have been a 3-foot-long object that would weigh many tons. Such an object would cause a huge tidal wave when it crashes into the sea and that does not seem to be the case here. So, was it a meteorite or could it have been something else that crashed into the sea? 
      Twitter page below: The great roar this afternoon in Gran Canaria was not produced by any earthquake. At our seismic stations we see the noise of some kind of unknown explosion. What we see is sound. Therefore, this is outside of our competences View the full article
    • By USH
      A couple from Las Cruces, NM, near White Sands Missile Range captured what looks like a large triangular UFO hiding in the clouds. 

      Linda Moulton Howe discusses and analyzes the strange sky phenomenon.
      A first analyze: So far I don't see anything in this image that says definitively 'real or fake'. There are some subtleties in the cloud formation in front of the triangle that suggest it's real, but that could be chalked up to skillful photoshopping. My truth-o-meter says" 65% probability of being genuine. But I still need to see the raw file. 
      After receiving the raw file, ok, the metadata is intact and the photo looks kosher. The original image had lower contrast, so it looks as if they spiked up a little in the version they sent you, but otherwise it appears unchanged. The sun is behind the object and there's no way to tell the object's actual shape, but its corner angle is a little more than 90 degrees, so either it's pyramidal or, if square or cubical, the top corner is leaning away from the camera. 
      More analyses and suggestions on this object, which may not be a natural phenomenon, starts at around the 7, 30 minutes in the video.
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    • By USH
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      Seen in these photographs is what appears to be an atmospheric anomaly; something like an object moving across the filed of view of the rovers camera. 
      Upon closer inspection it looks like the right part of the object is moving faster than the left part as there is motion blur on the right-side. Or could this UFO-like object be emitting smoke? 
      Also featured, two more examples of atmospheric anomalies photographed by Rover Curiosity in the past. 
      Links: https://mars.nasa.gov/raw_images/1126107/?site=msl https://mars.nasa.gov/raw_images/1126108/?site=msl
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    • By UAP News
      We rarely show a string of UFO videos together however these may all be of the same object at the same time.
      The post Mexico Different Angles UFO appeared first on UAP.News.
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      A UFO sighting took place during the current tropical cyclone season over the Mexican state of Tamaulipas. The object was spotted in the sky by a local resident named Juanito Juan. 

      Juan says he was taking photos of some ominous, oncoming storm clouds when he spotted a metallic, disc-shaped UFO in the sky. 
      Looking like the prototypical flying saucer, Juan snapped several photos of the object which appear to show some of its movement in the sky. 
      “This photo was taken today 8/17/22 in the rural area of Tamaulipas by a person who calls himself Juanito Juan, during the afternoon of this day and when he wanted to take some photos of the storm clouds, he noticed this object and took this sequence.
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