Thursday, November 10, 2005

". . .The Blitz Was The Result of a Falling Satellite or UFOs"

UFO Over Berlin
Is it a bird, a plane? No, it's a meteor


     Berlin - Numerous sightings of massive fireballs in the skies over Germany this week have led to an upsurge in reports of UFOs, but scientists believe the cause could be a bizarre annual meteor blitz.

     According to the website of the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa), such fireballs have been reported elsewhere in the world and may also be due to the fact that the Earth is now orbiting through a swarm of space debris.

     Many people in Germany have noticed the fireballs, said Werner Walter, an amateur astronomer in Mannheim who runs a website on unexplained astronomical phenomena and a hotline for reports on unidentified flying objects (UFO).

     "The last reported sighting was yesterday at 7.30pm in a corridor near the border of the Netherlands," he said in a telephone interview. "This week we have had at least 15 emails and phone calls from people reporting these fireballs," he said. "Some people said it looks like something out of a science fiction horror film."

     In addition to a possible meteor streak, Walter said amateur and professional astronomers were considering the possibility that the blitz was the result of a "falling satellite or UFOs." "It is possible that they are UFOs, which are after all things which we cannot explain," he said.

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