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Hong Kong UFO Videotaped On Consecutive Nights With Unexpected Answers | VIDEO

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Hong Kong UFO Videotaped On Consecutive Nights With Unexpected Answers
These three objects were videotaped on the same night, Oct. 6. The object at left was over Hong Kong, and the other two were videotaped by the same person in San Antonio. | Credit: Smileboyhk / SAUFOTX / YouTube / Huffington Post

Lee Speigel By Lee Speigel
The Huffington Post

     New UFO videos are showing up on YouTube daily, with descriptions that make them seem truly out of this world -- but are they really?

Take the case of what appeared to be a diamond-shaped object that allegedly hovered over Hong Kong on the nights of Oct. 5 and 6.

Ex-cable TV reporter, Wu Xiaodong Yi, claims to have captured a UFO over Hong Kong on Oct. 5, but his cell phone quality was so low that he waited until the next night with a better video camera, hoping the object would come back, according to a Chinese sales company,

As luck would have it, the UFO did show up again the following evening.

Here's the Hong Kong UFO, as posted by Smileboyhk:

Open uncovered the translated ePrice coverage of this "event," noting how the diamond-shape appearance of the UFO may have been caused by an effect of the camera aperture as it moved in and out of focus.

Huffington Post showed the video to photo and video analyst Marc Dantonio.

"The first thing I noticed was the changing colors and flickering of the object," Dantonio told HuffPost in an email.

"The fact that it was there the next night around the same time strongly indicates that this was a likely mistaken astronomical object. I consulted software, and when I looked at Hong Kong, noted that my suspicions were true -- Jupiter was visible over Hong Kong that night. Jupiter is often mistaken for a UFO." . . .

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