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September 30, 1954, Brest, Finistère:

Reference number for this case: 30-sep-54-Brest. Thank you for including this reference number in any correspondence with me regarding this case.

Summary:

French newspapers for October 3 and 4, 1954, reported that "Last Thursday", therefore September 30, 1954, at dusk, a sailor who was at the helm of the tanker "Port-Lyautey" saw, at 500 meters from him, a saucer-shaped object of red color grazing the surface of the water and then quickly ascending vertically and disappearing, leaving a red flame.

Reports:

[Ref. nnm1:] "LE NOUVEAU NORD MARITIME" NEWSPAPER:

Scan

A flying saucer
lands near Melun

Its three crutches leave 10 cm deep marks in the ground

Melun, 2. -- Several road workers from Ponts-et-Chaussées who were working in the rain along the Coulommiers-Meaux road, not far from the Quincy-Voisins airfield, said they saw a flying saucer.

One of them, Mr. Bernard Goujon, 30, said he saw in a field, to the left of the road, about 200 meters from him, at the foot of a poplar bush, a strange oval craft, measuring about 3 meters in diameter, and 2 m. 50 high. It was said to have been posed on the ground on three rather high crutches. Its upper part had a small translucent dome that appeared to be made of plastic. The whole thing was made of a metal shiny like aluminum.

Mr. Goujon said that he wanted to approach the craft, but that when he arrived about 150 meters away, he was tingled as if an invisible electric ray was darted on him.

"I felt," he said, paralyzed, and my eyesight blurred slightly. I then saw the saucer rise slowly, noiselessly, like a dead leaf", until 25 meters from the ground. It stopped for a moment and then, still without noise and without any light trail, disappeared at high speed."

Traces of about 10 centimeters deep were found on the ground.

***

Quillant, 2. -- Yesterday afternoon Mr. Saboureau, lemonade maker in Belesta (Ariège) saw a brilliant ball in the sky.

The object, which was moving relatively slowly and silently, was followed, he said, by a trail of gray smoke.

***

Monceau-les-Mines, 2. -- Two mason workers, MM. Romain Sebastiani and Buratto, both cyclists at the Union Vélocipédique de Roanne, said they saw a craft taking off along the road from Blanzy to Montceau with a shrill whistling sound. The craft was, they said, in the shape of a very dark yellow cigar, three meters long and about 60 to 80 centimeters in diameter.

***

THE TESTIMONY OF THE COMMANDER IN SECOND OF A CARGO SHIP

Brest, 2. -- M. Arsène Stephan, second in command of a freighter ship which stopped at Brest, stated that during the night of September 23-24, when the boat was in the Bay of Biscay, by 44 degrees 48 north and 4 degrees 50, he had seen a star four times larger than the others. Two of his sailors who were by his side also made the same observation. Through binoculars they noticed that it was a moving disc on which green reflections appeared at times.

Last Thursday, at dusk, a sailor who was at the helm of the tanker "Port-Lyautey" saw, at 500 meters from him, a saucer-shaped object of red color grazing the surface of the water and then quickly ascending vertically and disappearing, leaving a red flame.

***

Caudry, 2. -- Three workers from St-Hilaire-les-Cambrai said they saw yesterday morning at 6 a.m. a strange luminous craft which trailed behind it a white gleam comparable to that of a blowtorch.

[Ref. ner1:] "NORD-ECLAIR" NEWSPAPER:

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NEAR MEAUX...

ROAD MENDER
saw a "saucer"
posed on crutches

If, in Saint-Hilaire-les-Cambrai, three workers claim to have seen, around 6 a.m. yesterday, in the sky, a strange luminous craft which trailed a white light, the "star testimony" of the day is that of roadmenders of the Seine-et-Marne.

They were half a dozen to work, in the rain, along the Coulommiers-Meaux road, not far from the airfield of Quincy-Voisins, when they saw a "flying saucer."

One of them, Mr. Bernard Goujon, 30, said he saw in a field, to the left of the road, about 200 meters from him, at the foot of a poplar bush, a strange oval craft, measuring about 3 meters in diameter, and 2 m. 50 high. Its upper part had a small translucent dome that appeared to be made of plastic. The whole thing was made of a shiny metal like aluminum.

Mr. Goujon said that he wanted to approach the craft, but that when he arrived about 150 meters away, he was tingled as if an invisible electric beam was aimed at him.

"I was feeling, he said, paralyzed, and my eyesight was blurring slightly. I then saw the saucer rise very slowly, silently, like a "dead leaf", up to 25 meters above the ground. It stopped for a moment and then, still without noise and without any luminous trail, disappeared at high speed."

There were traces of about ten centimeters depth on the ground.

It will be noted that the traces discovered in Quarouble, on the wooden sleepers of the railway track also seemed to have been made by crutches.

SAUCERS ABOVE
THE ATLANTIC

For his part, Mr. Arsène Stephan, second in command of a freighter which called at Brest, stated that during the night of September 23-24, while the boat was in the Bay of Biscay, at 44 degrees 48 north and 4 degrees 50, he had seen a star four times larger than the others. Two of his sailors, who were at his side, also made the same observation. Using binoculars, they noticed that it was a moving disc on which green reflections appeared at times.

In addition, last Thursday, at dusk, a sailor who was at the helm of the tanker "Port-Lyautey" saw, less than 500 meters from him, a saucer-shaped object of red color grazing the surface of the water, then quickly ascend vertically and disappear, leaving a red flame.

[Ref. nll1:] "NORD LITTORAL" NEWSPAPER:

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The daily chronicle
of the "saucers"

Melun, October 2. -- Several road menders from the Ponts-et-Chaussées who worked in the rain along the Coulommiers-Meaux road, not far from the Quincy - Voisins airfield, said they saw a flying saucer.

One of them, Mr. Bernard Goujon, 30, claimed to have seen in a field, to the left of the road, about 200 meters from him, at the foot of a groupe of poplar tree, a strange craft of oval shape, measuring about 3 meters in diameter, and a height of 2.50 m. It was, he said, posed on the ground with three rather high crutches. Its upper part had a small transparent dome that appeared to be made of plastic. The whole thing was made of a shiny metal like aluminum.

Mr. Goujon said that he wanted to approach the craft, but that when he arrived about 150 meters of it, he was tingled as if an invisible electric beam was aimed at him.

"I felt," he said, paralyzed, and my eyesight blurred slightly. I then saw the saucer rise very slowly silently, like a "dead leaf", until 25 meters above the ground. It stopped for a moment and then, still without noise and without any luminous trail, disappeared at high speed."

Traces of about 10 centimeters deep were found on the ground.

XXX

Quillant, October 2. -- Yesterday afternoon, Mr. Saboureau, lemonade maker in Bélesta (Arière), saw a brilliant ball in the sky.

The object, which moved relatively slowly and silently, was followed, he said, by a trail of gray smoke.

XXX

Montceau-les-Mines, Oct. 2 -- Two mason workers, Mssrs. Romain Sebastiani and Buratto, both cyclists at the Union Vélocipédiste de Roanne, said they saw a craft taking off along the road from Blanzy to Montceau with a shrill whistling sound. The craft was, they said, shaped like a very dark yellow cigar, three meters long and about 60 to 50 centimeters in diameter.

XXX

Brest, October 2. -- Mr. Arsène Stephan, deputy commander of a freighter calling in at Brest, said that during the night of September 23 to 24, while the boat was in the Bay of Biscay, at 44 degrees 48 North and 4 degrees 50 he had seen a star four times larger than the others. Two of his sailors who were at his side were the same observation. Using binoculars, they noticed that it was a moving disc on which green reflections appeared at times.

Last Thursday, at nightfall, a sailor who was at the helm of the Tanker "Port-Lyautey", saw, less than 500 meters from him, a saucer-shaped object, red in color, touching the surface of the water, then quickly ascending vertically and disappearing, leaving a red flame.

XXX

Caudry, October 2. -- Three workers from St-Hilaire-les-Cambrai said they saw this morning, at 6 a.m., a strange luminous craft which trailed after it a white glow comparable to that of a blowtorch.

[Ref. vmr1:] "VAR-MATIN-REPUBLIQUE" NEWSPAPER:

Flying saucers (continued)

"A roadmender sees a strange apparatus posed on the ground, with assistance of crutches! But when he approached of the craft, he is paralysed by an invisible ray."

Melun, October 2.

Several roadmenders of the Bridges and Road who worked under the rain at the edge of the Coulommiers-Meaux road, not far from the Quincy-Voisin airfield, stated they saw a flying saucer.

One of them, Mr. Bernard Goujon, 30 year-old, claimed to have seen in a field, on the left of the road, at approximately 200 meters of him, at the foot of a group of poplars, a strange apparatus of oval form, measuring approximately three meters in diameter and of a height of 2,50m. "It was, he said, posed on the ground with the assistance of three rather high crutches. Its higher part comprised a small translucent cupola that seemed made of plastic. The whole of the craft was of a metal shining like aluminum."

Mr. Goujon told that he had wanted to approach the craft but when he arrived at approximately 150 meters, he felt tickling as if "an invisible electric ray" were aimed at him.

"I felt, he said, paralysed, and my sight was slightly scrambled. I then saw the saucer rise very slowly, without noise, in the manner of a falling leaf up to 25 meters of the ground. It was motionless one moment, then, still without noise nor any luminous trail, it disappeared at sharp pace."

On the ground, traces of approximately 10 cm depth were found.

A shining ball.

Quillant. -- Yesterday afternoon, Mr. Saboureau, bar owner in Belestre (the Ariège), saw in the sky, a brilliant ball. The craft machine which moved rather slowly and without noise, was followed, he said, of a trail of gray smoke.

A strong whistling sound.

Montceau-les-Mines. -- Two bricklayers, Misters Romain Sebastiani and Buratte, both cyclists racing with the velocipedic union of Roanne, stated to have seen at the edge of the road of Blanzy, in Montceau, a machine taking off with a strong whistling sound. The craft, they said, was cigar-shaped, of very dark yellow color, of three meters in length and a diameter of approximately 60 to 85 cm.

Sailors report their sightings.

Brest. -- Mr. Arsène Stephan, second in command of a cargo ship which made a stopover in Brest, declared that during the night from September 23 to 24, whereas the boat was in the Bay of Biscay, at 44° 48' north and 4°50', he had seen a star four times larger than the others. Two of its sailors, who were at his sides also made the same observation. With the binocular, they noted that it was an object in which the green reflections appeared at times.

Last Thursday, at dayfall, a sailor who was conducting the tanker "Port Lyautey" saw, within less than 500 meters of him, a craft in the shape of a saucer and red in color skim the surface of water, to then go up fast and vertically, and to disappear while leaving a red flame.

An aerial blowtorch.

Caudry. -- Three workmen of St Hilaire les Cambrai claimed to have seen, this morning at 6, a strange luminous machine which trailed in its continuation a white gleam comparable with that of a blowtorch.

[Ref. ads1:] "L'ARDENNAIS" NEWSPAPER:

THE "SAUCERS" LEFT TRACES NEAR MEAUX

MELUN. -- Several roadmakers of the Bridges and Roads who worked in the rain along the Coulommiers-Meaux road, not far from the Quincy-Voisins airfield, said they had seen a flying saucer. One of them, Mr. Bernard Goujon, 30, said he saw in a field, to the left of the road, about 200 meters from him, at the foot of a poplar bush, a strange oval-shaped apparatus, measuring about three meters in diameter and a height of 2 m. 50. He was, he said, placed on the ground with three high crutches. Its upper part consisted of a small translucent dome, apparently made of plastic material. The whole thing was a shiny metal like aluminum.

Mr. Goujon said that he wanted to approach the machine, but arrived at about 150 meters, he was seized by tingling as if an invisible electric beam was darted at him. I felt, he said, paralyzed, and my vision blurred slightly.

I then saw the saucer rise very slowly, noiselessly like a "dead leaf", up to 25 meters from the ground. It froze for a moment, then still without noise and without any luminous trail, it disappeared at a brisk pace. On the ground, traces of about 10 centimeters have been found.

CAUDRY. -- Three workers of Saint-Hilaire-les-Cambrais said they saw, Saturday morning, at 6 o'clock, a strange luminous machine which dragged after it a white glow comparable to that of a blowtorch.

MONTCEAU-LES-MINES. -- Two mason workers, MM. Romain Sebastiani and Buratto, both cyclists at the Roanne Vélocipédique Union, said that they saw a machine taking off along the road from Blanzy to Montceau with a shrill whistling sound.

The apparatus had, they said, the shape of a very dark yellow cigar, of a length of three meters and a diameter of about 60 to 80 centimeters.

Saucers on the sea

BREST. -- Mr. Arsène Stéphan, second in command of a freighter ship who stopped over at Brest, said that during the night of September 23 to 24, while the boat was in the Bay of Biscay, he had seen a star four times larger than the others.

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Flying saucers...

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Two of his sailors who were at his side also made the same observation. With the binoculars, they noticed that it was a disc in movement on which green reflections sometimes appeared.

Last Thursday, at dusk, a sailor who was at the helm of the tanker "Port-Lyautey" saw, within 500 meters of him, a saucer-shaped craft and of red color graze the surface of the water, then go up quickly vertically and disappear leaving a red flame.

[Ref. hbu1:] HENRI BORDELEAU:

Case No. 19

Brest 2 (AFP) (1) - The commander of a cargo ship that made a stopover in Brest yesterday, stated to have seen, on the night of September 23 to 24, while the freighter was in the Bay of Biscay a star four times greater than the others.

Two of his sailors who were with him also made the same observation, but with binoculars, they found that it was a moving disc on which at times appeared green hues.

On the other hand, the day before yesterday, at nightfall, a sailor who was at the helm of the "Port Lyautey" tanker, saw, within 500 meters of him, a saucer-shaped craft and of red color scratch the surface of the water, go up vertically and disappear, leaving a red flame.

Henri Bordeleau indicates that the source is "the 1954 Press".

[Ref. jve5:] JACQUES VALLEE:

168 30 09 1954 20 00 1 BREST.AU LARGE. F 101 A

[Ref. jve1:] JACQUES VALLEE:

166

Sep. 30, 1954, dusk, Brest (France).

At sea between Brest and Rouen, the crew of the tanker "Port Lyautey" observed an object touch the surface of the sea, then take off vertically and give off a red flame before being lost to view. (Le Figaro, 2 Oct. 1954; La Croix, France Soir, 3 Oct. 1954; AFP, 30 Septembre 1954) (26)

[Ref. jve2:] JACQUES VALLEE:

The author indicates that on September 30, 1954, the crew of a ship at sea between Roven and Brest observed an object which came down until touching the surface of the sea, then flew away vertically, releasing a red flame and disappearing.

[Ref. prn1:] PETER ROGERSON:

340 30 September 1954 dusk BREST (FRANCE)

At sea between Brest and Roven [sic], the crew of the tanker "Port Lyautey" observed an object touch the surface of the sea, then take off vertically and give off a red flame before being lost to view.

(M166; Le Figaro, 2 October 1954; La Croix, France-Soir, 3 October 1954; AFP, 30 September 1954)

[Ref. fru1:] MICHEL FIGUET AND JEAN-LOUIS RUCHON:

The two authors indicate that on September 30, 1954, on the open sea between Brest and Rouen, at twilight, the crew of the tanker Port-Lyautey observed an object which came to touch the surface of the sea then flew away vertically. It emitted a red flame and ceased to be visible.

[Ref. mcn1:] MARK CASHMAN:

Brest (France).

9/30/1954 dusk

At sea between Brest and Roven, the crew of the tanker "Port Lyautey" observed an object touch the surface of the sea, then take off vertically and give off a red flame before being lost to view.

[Ref. lhh1:] LARRY HATCH - "*U* COMPUTER DATABASE":

3873: 1954/09/30 20:30 14 3:00:00 W 49:00:00 N 3332 WEU FRN SEA 7:8

SHIPS CREW ROUEN>BREST,FR:OBJ DESCENDS TOUCHES WATER:^^/RED FLAME:LL UNKN.

Ref# 8 VALLEE,Jacques: PASSPORT TO MAGONIA. Case No. 166 : OFFSHORE

[Ref. goe1:] GODELIEVE VAN OVERMEIRE:

The Belgian ufologist indicates that in 1954, on September 30, in France, in Brest, at sea "between Brest and Rouan (vog???) [Rouen], the crew of the tanker Port-Lyautey, observed in the twilight, an object which touched the surface of the sea then flew away vertically. It emitted a red flame and ceased being visible."

She indicates that the source is Jacques Vallée: 'Chronique des apparitions ET' - DENOEL 1972 - COLL. J'AI LU - p. 262, 263".

[Ref. djn1:] DONALD JOHNSON:

On this Day

September 30

[...]

1954 -At sea between Brest and Roven, France on the Atlantic Ocean, the crew of the tanker "Port Lyautey" observed a UFO touch the surface of the sea. It then took off vertically, giving off a red flame before being lost to view. (Source: Le Figaro, October 2, 1954; France Soir, October 3, 1954; Jacques Vallee, Passport to Magonia: A Century of Landings, p. 213; Michel Figuet and Jean-Louis Ruchon, OVNI: Le premier dossier complet des rencontres rapprochees en France, pp. 97).

[Ref. cft1:] WATERUFO WEBSITE:

09-30-1954

#166 Sept. 30, 1954 Brest (France). At sea between Brest and Roven, the crew of the tanker "Port Lyautey" observed an object touch the surface of the sea, then take off vertically and give off a red flame before being lost to view.

This reference: Passport to Magonia by Jacques Vallee, P-213, published 1969

Original source: Le Figaro, Oct. 2, 1954; La Croix, France-Soir, Oct 3, 1954; AFP, Sept. 30, 1954.

UFOCAT PRN - 21983 [DOS: 09-30-1954]
UFOCAT URN - 021984 Preliminary Catalog (N=500) by Jacques Vallee #168, © 1966
UFOCAT URN - 179783 Challenge to Science by Jacques Vallee p. 213-168, © 1966
UFOCAT URN - 021985 A Century of Landings (N=923) by J. Vallee # 166 © 1969
UFOCAT URN - 104985 World-Wide Catalog of Type 1 Reports, #0340, by Peter Rogerson, No © date.

UFOCAT URN - 021983 Computerized Catalog (N=3076), #1215, by Jacques Valle, No © date

UFOCAT PRN - 21985 [DOS: 09-30-1954]
UFOCAT URN - 021986 The Humanoids: FSR Special Edition No. 1, p. 11, © 1966
UFOCAT URN - 022013 Computerized Catalog (N=3173), #2419 by L Schoenherr. No © date.
UFOCAT URN - 171841 *U* UFO Computer Database by Larry Hatch, # 03674 © 2002

UFOCAT PRN - 21983 [DOS: 10-02-1954]
UFOCAT URN - 076511 GEPA - Phenomenes Spatiaux, September 1968
UFOCAT URN - 054709 Etudes Statistiques Portant sur 1000 Temoignag, Claude Poher, #0345 undated.

Europe - France, Finistere.

Brest Latitude 48-24 N, Longitude 4-29 W (D-M)

Roven - There is no “Roven” in the gazetteers but a Google search turned up a hotel in Roven, which is in the city of Rouen, which is to the east of Brest.-CF- Rouen Latitude 49.26 N, Longitude 1.05 E

Reference: France Gazetteer, Published in the Office of Geography, Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C., September 1964

UFO location (UFOCAT). Note several given:

Latitude 48.39 N, Longitude 4.46 W (D.%) [URNs 21983, 21984, 179783, 21985, 104985]
Latitude 49.00 N, Longitude 3.00 W [URN 171841]
Latitude 49.419 N, Longitude 1.077 E [URN 054709]
Latitude 49.44N, Longitude 1.10E [URN 076511]

[Ref. jbu1:] JEROME BEAU:

September 1954

30

In the twilight At sea, between Brest (France) and Rouen, the crew of the tanker Port-Lyautey observes an object which comes to touch the surface of the sea, then flies away vertically. It emits a red flame and ceases being visible.

The sources are indicated as "Le Figaro, 2 October 1954"; "La Croix, France-Soir, 3 October 1954"; "AFP, 30 September 1954"; "Vallée, J., case #28, 'Rapport sur l'analyse de 200 observations documentées faites en 1954'".

[Ref. uda1:] "UFODNA" WEBSITE:

The website indicates that on 30 September 1954 at 19:00, "Between Brest and Roven [sic, Rouen], Brest, France", "Port Lyautey incident." "An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One object was observed by several male witnesses on the ocean."

The sources are indicated as Vallee, Jacques, Computerized Catalog (N = 3073); Vallee, Jacques, Challenge to Science: The UFO Enigma, Henry Regnery, Chicago, 1966; Vallee, Jacques, Preliminary Catalog (N = 500), (in JVallee01); Vallee, Jacques, A Century of Landings (N = 923), (in JVallee04), Chicago, 1969; Rogerson, Peter, World-Wide Catalog of Type 1 Reports.

[Ref. lcn1:] LUC CHASTAN:

Luc Chastan indicates that in the Seine Maritime, in Le Havre, on September 30, 1954, at an unknown hour, "I fact the observation occurred on the open sea between Brest and Rouen. In the twilight the crew of the tanker Port-Lyautey observes an object which comes to touch the surface of the sea then flies away vertically. It emits a red flame and ceases being visible."

Luc Chastan indicates that the source is "Ovni, Premier dossier complet... par Figuet M./ Ruchon J.L. ** éd. Alain Lefeuvre 1979".

[Ref. uda2:] "UFODNA" WEBSITE:

The website indicates that on 30 September 1954 at 18:00 in Brest, France, "An object touched the surface of the sea, then took off vertically and give off a red flame".

And: "At sea between Brest and Roven, France on the at lantic Ocean, the crew of the tanker "Port Lyautey" observed a UFO touch the surface of the sea. It then took off vertically, giving off a red flame before being lost to view."

And: "At sea between Brest and Roven, the crew of the tanker "Port Lyautey" observed an object touch the surface of the sea, then take off vertically and give off a red flame before being lost to view. One red object was observed."

The source is indicated as Vallee Magonia Database.

[Ref. uda3:] "UFODNA" WEBSITE:

The website indicates that on 30 September 1954 at 19:00 between Brest and Roven, Brest, France, "Port Lyautey incident." And: "An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One object was observed by several male witnesses on the ocean."

The sources are indicated as Vallee, Jacques, Computerized Catalog (N = 3073); Vallee, Jacques, Challenge to Science: The UFO Enigma, Henry Regnery, Chicago, 1966; Vallee, Jacques, Preliminary Catalog (N = 500), (in JVallee01); Vallee, Jacques, A Century of Landings (N = 923), (in JVallee04), Chicago, 1969; Rogerson, Peter, World-Wide Catalog of Type 1 Reports.

[Ref. nip1:] "THE NICAP WEBSITE":

*Sep. 30, 1954 -At sea between Brest and Roven, France on the Atlantic Ocean, the crew of the tanker "Port Lyautey" observed a UFO touch the surface of the sea. It then took off vertically, giving off a red flame before being lost to view. (Source: Le Figaro, October 2, 1954; France Soir, October 3, 1954; Jacques Vallee, Passport to Magonia: A Century of Landings, p. 213; Michel Figuet & Jean-Louis Ruchon, OVNI: Le premier dossier complet des rencontres rapprochees en France, pp. 97).

[Ref. ubk1:] "UFO-DATENBANK":

This database records the case four times instead of one:

Case Nr. New case Nr. Investigator Date of observation Zip Place of observation Country of observation Hour of observation Classification Comments Identification
19540930 30.09.1954 Brest France Nighfall CE I
19540930 30.09.1954 Brest France 19.00 CE I
19540930 30.09.1954 Brest France 20.00
19540930 30.09.1954 Brest France Nighfall CE I

[Ref. prn2:] PETER ROGERSON - "INTCAT":

September 30 1954. Dusk.

BREST (FINISTERE : FRANCE)

At sea between Brest and Roven [sic] the crew of the tanker "Port Lyauttey" [sic] observed an object touch the surface of the sea and then take off vertically and give off a red flame before being lost to view.

Evaluation - The original press reports date this event as the 24 September and merely talk of a light low on the horizon, no doubt an astronomical object

[Ref. voi1:] "ARCHIVES VIGIE OVNI 29":

Between Brest and Rouen, 30 September 1954, Crépuscule ...

Témoignage FR .. ... 1954 09 30 .. ..

Available documents:

Explanations:

Possible meteor or plane.

Keywords:

(These keywords are only to help queries and are not implying anything.)

Brest, Finistère, Rouen, Port Lyautey, tanker, sea, object, landing, vertically, red, flame, exhaust

Sources:

[----] indicates sources which I have not yet checked.

Document history:

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0.1 Patrick Gross April 9, 2006 First published.
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1.1 Patrick Gross June 19, 2010 Addition [jve5].
1.2 Patrick Gross November 15, 2014 Addition [nip1].
1.3 Patrick Gross November 5, 2016 Additions [hbu1], [ubk1].
1.4 Patrick Gross February 7, 2017 Addition [voi1].
1.5 Patrick Gross February 13, 2020 Additions [nnm1], [ads1], [lhh1], [prn1], [prn2]. Addition of the Summary. Explanations changed, was "Not looked for yet."
1.6 Patrick Gross April 8, 2020 Addition [nll1].
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