U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) releases new UFO video


The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has released video of a UFO tracked for more than 40 minutes by a DHS aircraft using a FLIR optical system in black hot mode.

The footage was taken by an RC-26 reconnaissance aircraft searching for drug smugglers somewhere over Tucson, Arizona. The object was spotted in the 20th minute of flight and tracked for 40 minutes until the footage ended.

The organization that analyzed the video found the object to be anomalous, but that analysis will be released by DHS later this year as it is still going through the peer review stage.

The object, has a speed of 144 to 321 km/h (90 to 200 mph) as it flies over the surface of the desert, and it also changes direction of flight. It is estimated to be about 1.5 to 1.8 meters (5 or 6 feet) long, and it appears to have a second smaller appendage that flies with it, but it is not yet clear whether the smaller ball-like object is part of or separate from the main object.
There is also no clear indication that there is anything between the two parts to indicate that they are connected. The object does not radiate heat, but it accelerates and decelerates throughout the duration of the picture.

The change in speed and direction is indicated by the terrain that changes as the object is being tracked, as well as the speed, which can be seen in the upper right side of the FLIR information.

You can also see that the object rotates as it flies. Birds, balloons, drones and all other usual explanations were excluded.


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