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UFO. Canada

ID #1557850884
Added Tue, 14/05/2019
Author July N.
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Incident date: 
29.06.1954 20:05
Location: 
Хаппи Вэлли-Гуз Бэй, NL
Canada

Captain James Howard, F. O. Boyd, Navigator George Allen and passengers of BOAC airliner at altitude 19 000 ft EN route to the North-East of goose Bay (Labrador), saw a large opaque black object with six smaller "satellite" objects on a horizontal line and constantly change shape (like a Mirage). It was first visible at an angle of about 20-45° below the horizon. It disappeared when approached interceptor F-94.

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Capt. James Howard, FO Boyd, navigator George Allen and passengers of BOAC airliner at 19,000 ft heading NE to Goose Bay, Labrador, saw a large opaque or black object with six smaller satellite objects on a horizontal line, constantly shifting in shape like a mirage, but first seen at roughly 20°-45° depression angle below horizon. Object azimuth about 5° left or S of sun low on horizon, or at about 300° to 305° true as sighting progressed. Disappeared when F-94 interceptor approached. 


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