Video: Aliens wishing you Happy New Year, UFO spotted in UK skies

14 January 2018, 10:51 PM
Aliens celebrating New Year's eve in the skies above Yorkshire? (Representational Image)
Aliens celebrating New Year's eve in the skies above Yorkshire? (Representational Image)

Amazing! People have spotted a circular shape greenish Alien UFO in 'huge green meteor' on New Year’s Eve in the skies above Yorkshire (UK).

The movements have been caught on camera after which the International Meteor Organisation confirmed that it was just a bright meteor which then split into two parts.

The news about the presence of extra-terrestrial life has always been a subject of fascination but nothing has been proven yet. Many UFO hunters believe that aliens continuously trail around the Earth and NASA has been accused of hiding the real information.

This is not the first time that the news of spotting a UFO has created a buzz.

A huge circular object was seen travelling at a rapid speed above the Earth visible to many revellers.

Here is what people tweeted:

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Earlier in December 2017, Space X successfully launched Falcon 9 into orbit from the Space Launch Complex 4E at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.

This was the last SpaceX launch of the year and it caused a bit of a stir in the social media world.

Soon after the launch the hashtag #aliens started to trend and people were reporting UFO sightings.

If reports are to belived than many vehicles stopped along freeways and calls were made to the TV stations.

An incredible trail was left behind by the rocket which was captured was later shared on social platform.

After which the Los Angeles Fire Department had to resort to releasing a statement to reassure witnesses. The statement mentioned that the ‘mysterious light in the sky is reported to be the result of Air Force Base launching rocket to put satellite into space’. 

(Video courtesy: ModernGalaxy)

First Published: Monday, January 01, 2018 01:12 PM
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