|10.30.2006||UFO sighting in Cumberland, Wisconsin, USA.|
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|10.04.2006||Hubble finds more extrasolar planets, far away in the galaxy.|
|10.03.2006||Lights in the sky above Norwich, U-K.|
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|10.16.2006||Observation of a pilot, Lake Tequesquitengo, Morelos, Mexico.|
|10.01.2006||Airline pilot reports UAP, Devnver, USA.|
Inexplicata reports that Luis Guillermo Cruz, pilot and captain of a Boeing 737-200, said that he observed during a flight on Lake Tequesquitengo, Morelos, on September 16, 2006 at 02:00 p.m., an unidentified flying object of cylindrical shape. He initially noticed a brilliant reflexion, then saw a machine which it estimated to be at approximately 6 km on the right of idiot plane. He initially thought of a sailplane, but whereas the distance separating them decreased he realized that the object was cylindrical and metallized. The thing crossed his path at a relatively short distance then disappeared, the observation having lasted 4 minutes.
An airline pilot reported to NUFORC that he had a 30 seconds sighting in the Devnver colorado area on October 1, 2006. The phenomenon was a "large bright white light with evenly spaced smaller lights in trail east of Denver moving northeast."
The pilot reported: "While flying westbound at FL380 (38,000') my First Officer and I saw a very bright, white light at our 9 o'clock high position. The object was just east of Denver at what seemed to be 40 to 50 thousand feet and was moving north to northeast. 4 to 5 smaller lights appeared behind the main object at even spacing, and maintained the same altitude and speed as the lead object."
"I asked Denver Center (Air Traffic Control) if they had traffic at my 9 o'clock high. They replied negative. I said "maybe it's space junk burning up" but another airliner on frequency said no, it was moving too horizontal and did not have a trail of burning debris."
"I agreed. The lights went out as they moved off to the north and east. I've seen many meteors while flying and this was not a meteor. It was not a conventional aircraft as it had no positon, strobe, or anti-collision lights."
"I have 17,000+ hours of flying time over 40 years. I'm a Captain at a major airline and a retired USAFR Lt Col fighter pilot. This event was unlike anything I've ever seen."
Thanks to Peter Davenport, www.nuforc.org