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Observation reports February 2016:

Some of the UFO sighting reports and ufology news in February 2016 are listed on this page. Please note that the sighting reports are seldom investigated, they are often second hand reports.


02.29.2016UFO web report, Lake Charles, Louisiana, USA.
02.24.2016Meteor seen over Eastern France.
02.17.2016UFO or sprinkler helicopterin Sainte-Croix in the Sud-Ouest region of France.
02.16.2016A UFO or a moon for asteroïd 2004 BL86.
02.13.2016UFO seen and photographed in the sky of Mâcon, France?
02.10.2016A kite fitted with LED causes UFO sightings in Canada.
02.09.2016Meteor or UFO spotted over Gladstone, Australia.

UFO web report, Lake Charles, Louisiana, USA:

A UFO website publishes this story dais to be a UFO report of February 29, 2016, in Lake Charles, Louisisana, USA:

"Lights hovering everywhere in trees around us. Lights in our field and hovering on the 171 hwy.. beaming lights on us thru windows and beaming lights on us if we have phones outside with us.. the beams make my leg cramp up (I have an ancient Egyptian rune tattoo on that very leg that stands for energy) the beams cause fog and in our house, the lights grow and expand causing electronic like fog in our home that makes it hard to breathe a little bit. When that happens and we try to look at them outside again, it’s impossible bc they produce a static harsher than before that like sticks to our eyes and we cannot see.. it makes even the door seem to morph.. it’s so very un realistic! It sounds crazy but we are 3 people seeing this VERY often here in Moss Bluff. We have one huge light I’m our back field that will zip aorund, fly up, show us all sides of its lights all over it and shoot off.. it’s like the only real ship we keep seeing. It’s still a ball like shape. There’s all colored balls of light moving. Blue, red, orange, gold, etc… it’s like a rainbow! They have tails, sometimes headlights and some of those headlights randomly jump up over our neighbors fences and go down and zip around in their yards.. I’ve had personal encounter with am extraterrestrial being.. and ever since then I feel so magnified when these lights come out. There has to be some type of alien dna or object within me. I’m trying so hard to speak to someone about the insane events I’ve been through. These lights are little compared to such. I know they’re out there.. contact me for the big story, PLEASE! I want to get this out there!"

Source: http://www.ufoworldnews.com/ufo-sighting-in-lake-charles-louisiana-on-february-29th-2016-lights-everywhere-hovering-and-beaming-lights-on-us-sometimes-hurts-my-leg-and-the-beamed-light-makes-fogs-and-chokes-us-there-is-stat/

Meteor seen over Eastern France:

The website of the newspaper Le Républicain Lorrain reports a meteor according to reports that have "circulated on social networks at the speed of lightning." On February 24, 2016 at 10:30 a.m., there were many people claiming on the web to have seen a fireball in the sky.

The newspaper said that Luhmann Gregory, president of the astronomy club "Les Randonneurs célestes" in Sarreguemines said it was "probably the fall of a meteorite or space junk."

He would like to get accurate reports on the trajectory and invites the witnesses to report on the website http://www.reforme-meteor.net/ou or http://www.randonneurs-celestes.com

Several observation reports came from Alsace, Champagne-Ardenne, Lorraine and also from the Paris region, Centre, Burgundy, Wallonia in Belgium and even Germany. An initial estimate of the path is a southwestern towards the northeast trajectory.

Source: http://www.republicain-lorrain.fr/edition-de-sarreguemines-bitche/2016/02/25/grand-est-une-boule-de-feu-a-traverse-le-ciel-bleu

UFO or sprinkler helicopterin Sainte-Croix in the Sud-Ouest region of France:

On the website of the Sud-Ouest newspaper, we learn that on Wednesday, February 17, 2017, in the afternoon, a resident of the Sainte-Croix-du-Mont area thought he saw in the middle of the vineyards. in the area of Ste Croix du Mont, between Langon and Cadillac, an "aircraft positioned at low altitude, which then disappeared through thick smoke."

The witness called the Operations and Intelligence Centre of the gendarmerie of the Gironde; they went to make findings on the spot, performing patrols on the ground and with a helicopter flight in search of evidence of a crash. Nothing was found.

The newspaper said that the only plausible hypothesis put forward for the moment is that of a burn-beating of a parcel of vines, which was spotted by the helicopter and may explain the fumes reported by the witness.

See: http://www.sudouest.fr/2016/02/18/langonnais-un-ovni-nimbe-de-fumee-dans-le-ciel-de-sainte-croix-2277608-2932.php

A UFO or a moon for asteroïd 2004 BL86:

There is a "buzz" on the web about images of the asteroid 2004 BL86 which passed last year at 1.2 million kilometers from the earth. An animated GIF circulating on the web shows near the asteroid something light-colored and elongated that evokes an object approaching the asteroid:

It is said that "NASA scientists" had called it a mysterious "moon" coupled to the asteroid, while "some ufologists" continue to think it is a UFO.

It is said that the animated GIF was published January 26, 2015 by NASA; which is correct:

http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.php?feature=4459

JPL indicates that 16 percent of asteroids around 200 meters in diameter do have such "moons." The GIF was made from 20 radar image of the asteroid.

UFO seen and photographed in the sky of Mâcon, France?

On February 19, 2016, the website "Info-Chalon" indicates that a "strange phenomenon" was photographed above Macon, "last weekend, late at night" (hence 13 or 14 February 2016).

A green ball of light was stationary for a few minutes and reportedly "vanished at high speed" to the north.

A resident of Macon "faithful reader of Info-Chalon", Isabelle Dumont, took two photos... including a "close-up" (zoom or enlargement?), published by the website:

No exact date, no exact hour, no original images... Too bad!

A kite fitted with LED causes UFO sightings in Canada:

The RCMP of Nanaimo on the east coast of Vancouver Island received numerous calls in the night of 10 to 11 February 2016 about an unidentified flying object. The insistence of the residents was such that the police conducted an investigation and found that like false alarms for December and January, the witnesses were sincere but the UFO was a luminous kite made by a man who decided to fly it at night.

Officials said that "Normally we do not take this kind of activity as suspicious behavior, but after 1:30 a.m., it seemed a little strange." "The kite was flying very high, probably around 10,000 feet (3000 meters), when the wire broke and the owner lost it."

The man's name has not been given by the police, but one Neil Parman made the news last year with a similar luminous flying object: a kite fitted with LEDs enabling him to better assess its altitude. The man wants to beat the altitude record in kite and give the benefits to charity.

See: http://ici.radio-canada.ca/regions/colombie-britannique/2016/02/12/002-ovni-ufo-kite-cerf-volant-enquete-grc-extra-terrestre-nanaimo.shtml

Meteor or UFO spotted over Gladstone, Australia:

The website of the newspaper The Observer, in Australia, healines about "theories" behind a "bright light" and a massive "boom" over the Gladstone region on the night of February 9, 2016, and UFO websites spread the news.

Bundaberg Astronomy Society member Mark Sugars said descriptions of the sighting reported from Rockhampton to Gympie, could suggest it was "a meteorite."

One witness said he thought he saw a plane, saying he thought it was "shooting fireworks out of its rear"; which is what meteors do.

As a Royal Australian Air Force member said a KC-30A plane took off from Gladstone, some find this evenmore mysterious.

Apparently, residents from Kirkwood, Calliope, Agnes Water and Tannum Sands heard a "boom" sound around 9:20pm.

Later, Ms Gottshall, president of UFO Research Queensland, commented that it is not a meteor because "meteors don't rumble for five minutes", as one newspaper reader reported hearing.

Actually, the 5 minutes could be overestimated, and sometimes, meteors do rumble.

MEteors are rarely experienced for more than 1 or 2 minutes, but sometimes, several meteors, i.e. parts of a larger one, enter the atmosphere almost at the same time. This is a possible explanation for a long rumble.

See: http://www.gladstoneobserver.com.au/news/air-force-bulk-carrier-could-be-behind-last-nights/2927103/

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