UFO Appears To Fly 50 to 100 Times Faster Than Any Terrestrial Flying Objects

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A flight tracker app spotted a bizarre object and showed it (object) hurtling across the ocean. The mysterious aerial thing, according to conspiracy theorists, flew 50 to 100 times faster than a typical aircraft over Australia.

The so-called evidence shows dozens of different aeroplanes in the area.

It shows several airplanes operating in New South Wales, Australia.

However, the object in question seems to travel much faster than the other aircraft.

Additionally, a New Zealand news website also claimed traffic cameras in Australia captured the UFO speeding from the ocean across the skyline of the city.

The images were apparently captured on May 6, 2016. The video, which was uploaded to YouTube, has now been viewed over 200,000 times.

However, a lot of viewers appear less convinced about the authenticity of the footage.

One YouTube user wrote that a tracker app like it uses Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast (ADS-B).  The user explained that the transponder was on the aircraft for it to show up, making the unknown object a terrestrial one.

While many doubt the clip, others are convinced it shows something strange, saying that UFOs are becoming the worst kept secret in the world.

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    • Tonight at around 1:30 AM I viewed a small circular object with faint red and blue lights move at speeds and change direction like NO OTHER AIR VEHICLE I KNOW OF. This was officially my first time seeing a UFO. I was speaking with a friend and right smack dab in the center of my line of sight this object simply appeared and sped off and than changed direction and then sped off again and then changed direction once again, then sped off and again changed direction. The entire time that this object was in my sight must have been maybe 4 seconds. It blew me away. Literally it took my breath away. We are NOT ALONE. WOW

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