A Russian man has filmed a cluster of lights, what he terms as unidentified flying objects or UFOs flying over Moscow city. Russian UFO expert Vadim Chernobrov has confirmed the footage as genuine. So all you skeptics of living beings and aliens in an alternate universe, stop scoffing and take a note.
News.com.au reports that a Russian national by the name of Timur filmed this “Close Encounters”-style spectacle. He explained that the balls of light were flying in the sky. “There were four balls of light. A red one to the left, two white ones in the middle and a less bright one to the right. Sometimes the one on the right would disappear and come back. All together, they made the geometric shape of a rhombus,” he said.
Critics were quick to point out that those moving lights were not necessarily UFOs. They might have been reflection of the lights on the earth. However, News.com.au states that he (Timur) did not buy the explanation. “I’ve been living in the district for two years, and have never seen anything like that before,” Timur explains. The video is posted on YouTube and has been watched by a few people so far.
It is being talked about because Vadim Chernobrov, Russian UFO expert, confirmed the footage as genuine. Mirror UK states that Chernobrov doesn’t believe in critics’ mirage or reflection of earth theory because of the geometric shape of the flying objects. “The lights cannot be explained as either an atmospheric or a cosmic image. The chance of it being some sort of mirage is also impossible due to the precise geometric shape the objects have formed,” he explained.
“Some have said they could look like Chinese lanterns but I would dismiss this possibility because of the movements and speed of the objects,” he signed off.