In a video recorded by the U.S. Navy, an unidentified flying object is seen dancing across the screen before crashing into the ocean, drawing the attention of UFO enthusiasts worldwide. Currently, there is very little information available about this object, except for the Pentagon confirming the authenticity of the footage, which is now accessible online thanks to UFO documentarians.
“The U.S. Navy photographed and filmed ‘spherical’ shaped UFOs and advanced craft flying off the East Coast of the United States; here is some of that footage,” is stated on the website of filmmaker Jeremy Corbell, who shared the video and details about the object.
According to Corbell, the video was recorded three years ago, in 2019, but has only recently been made available to the public. It is believed to have originated from the Combat Information Center of the USS Omaha while it was navigating off the coast of San Diego, although this has not been officially confirmed, as reported by iflscience.com.
Although the video is brief, the object appears to be capable of traveling through both air and water, making it more advanced in navigating different mediums than any known vehicle, military or otherwise. The object itself is remarkably small, with radar indicating a solid sphere with a diameter of just 2 meters (6 feet). However, it exhibits high speeds, reaching up to 254 kilometers per hour during its flight through the air.
Following its sighting, a submarine search was conducted, but the object had already moved far away.
Currently, there is no known vehicle that can fly through the air for extended periods and then transition into water to continue its journey. The concept of a flying submarine was explored during the 1900s, but significant challenges in air and fuel supply prevented the idea from gaining traction. In 2008, the U.S. prepared to issue contracts for an underwater flying vehicle, but it seems these contracts were never materialized after Lockheed Martin canceled its drone submarine plans.
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