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UFO. Netherlands

ID #1684139222
Added Mon, 15/05/2023
Author July N.

Initial data

Initial information from sources or from an eyewitness
Incident date: 
14.05.2023 04:28

An eyewitness from the city of Raalte writes:

It spontaneously slowly becomes visible, and then incredibly bright light. And then you can see it for another 2 seconds, and then it disappeared again. What is it then? I'd like to know that too.

Original news

Van bol na onwijs groot iets

RAALTE, OV — Het komt spontaan langzaam zichtbaar, en dan onwijs fel licht. En daarna nog 2 seconden te zien en dan is het weer weg. Ja wat is het dan?. Dat zal ik ook graag willen weten. Uiteraard staat het op een filmpje het filmpje is nogal lang. Moet een stuk eraf knippen. Heb helaas nog geen idee hoe. Maar het begint bij 7 minuten en 37 seconden.


List of versions containing features matching the eyewitness descriptions or material evidence


Meteor, "shooting star" is a phenomenon that occurs when small meteor bodies (for example, fragments of comets or asteroids) burn up in the Earth's atmosphere. A similar phenomenon of greater intensity (brighter than magnitude -4) it's called a fireball.


Rocket launches (from

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Versions testing, their confirmation or refutation. Additional information, notes during the study of materials

The object described by the eyewitness appears on the video at 0:26 in the upper left corner. Based on the appearance, it may be a meteorite (a phenomenon that occurs when meteoric bodies burn up in the Earth's atmosphere. Weak meteors are called shooting stars, whereas a similar phenomenon of high intensity is called a fireball.).


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