A twisty tendril of vapour in white-to-red ombre could be seen snaking behind a bright white light in parts of South Korea’s sky Friday evening.

South Korean social media and internet sites were abuzz with messages by citizens who said they saw a soaring object, rainbow-coloured vapour trail or other mysterious lights. Some also posted photos and videos.

“What is this? Is this a UFO? I’m scared,” said one Twitter user. Another said they suspected it was a North Korean missile launch and worried about a war. Others suspected it was a drone light show or a supernatural phenomenon.


South Korean emergency offices and police received hundreds of citizens’ reports of witnessing of a suspicious flying object and mysterious lights across the country, according to local media



South Korea’s military confirmed it test-fired a solid-fueled rocket Friday after its unannounced launch triggered brief public scare of a suspected UFO appearance or a North Korean missile launch.

The Defense Ministry said in a statement that the rocket launch was part of its efforts to build a space-based surveillance capability and bolster its defense posture.

It said it didn’t notify the general public of the launch in advance because it involved sensitive military security issues

Defence ministry officials said that the rocket was part of the military’s efforts to build a space-based surveillance capability and bolster its defences. As for the reason why it hadn’t notified the public about the rocket’s launch in advance, officials said it involved sensitive military security issues.

(Defense ministry of South Korea)

Earlier this week, South Korea accused North Korea of flying five drones across the border.

South Korea’s failed to shoot down the drones, raising security concerns about its air defence network.

North Korea has conducted a record number of missile tests this year, which has been seen as an escalation by South Korea and the West.



UFOtwitter is going electric

Well People reall like aliens and stuff, any news be it real or fake people just go with it, sometimes it feels like people are really looking for answers in this

People from all around the world are now reacting to this, there have been many other ufo sightings in past that made the light

Few months ago Pakistani pilot saw the UFO near Rahim Yar Khan while operating a regular flight (Airbus A-320) to Lahore from Karachi.

“The UFO was extremely bright despite the presence of sunlight,” the pilot said, according to sources, adding that spotting such a bright object at daytime is very rare.

According to the pilot, the thing he spotted in the sky was not a planet but could be a “space station” or an “artificial planet” near the Earth.


Well during world war 2 people really thought they saw Aliens lol

The “Battle of Los Angeles,” also known as “The Great Los Angeles Air Raid,” is the name given by contemporary sources to the fictional enemy attack, and subsequent anti-aircraft artillery barrage which took place from late February 24 to early February 25, 1942, over Los AngelesCalifornia.

 Initially, the target of the aerial barrage was thought to be an attacking force from Japan, but Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox, speaking at a press conference shortly afterward, called the incident a “false alarm.” When documenting the incident in 1983, the US Office of Air Force History attributed the event to a case of “war nerves,” likely triggered by a lost weather balloon, and exacerbated by stray flares and shell bursts from adjoining batteries.

There are many other incidents realated to UFOs and Aliens


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