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News and observation reports, February 2009:

Some of the UFO observations and ufology news in February 2009 are listed on this page. Please note that these are not studies, but second hand observation reports, although mostly obtained from reliable and well known sources.

02.18.2009Paul Davies: look for aliens on Earth.
02.16.2009Canadian UFO archive online.
02.14.2009Three space objects enter the atmosphere in Argentina.


Paul Davies, a physicist interested by the research of the extraterrestrial forms of life and the topic of the unidentified flying objects, was quoted more or less clearly in several recent articles in connection with "the research of extraterrestrials on Earth."

He actually proposes that it could be possible that in certain ecological niches with extreme conditions, forms of life could have appeared separately, and that they can be considered as equivalents of extraterrestrial life forms, in the sense that they would have appeared in certain biospheres separately from life forms of other biospheres. He proposes a search for such forms of life, noting that the cost would be lower than that of the search for life on other planets.


About 9500 digitized documents from 1947 to the beginning of the eighties, coming from the Department of Defense, the Departments of Transports, the National Research Council and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, are now available on the official website Internet Library and Archives Canada:

Part of these documents were previously consultable, but only on location as papers, some ot them being published on ufology websites. The documents include UFO sighting reports, investigation reports and various other texts about UFO matters.


Rio Negro Online, Argentina, indicates that three unidentified objects entered the atmosphere with a tremendous flash that lit the skies from Alto Valle to the Cordilleran Lake region, according to the witnesses, on Saturday, 14 February 2009, between 22:15 and 23:00 hours. It was confirmed by the Neuquén Astronomical Observatory and the Bariloche Naval Prefecture. Roberto Figueroa, director of the observatory, told Rio Negro Online that he was in the observatory with some people and they suddenly saw how the entire sky in the western part of Parque Norte became illuminated. He said: "We saw three very bright objects, unidentified, which exploded upon entering the atmosphere, producing a tremendous flash that was followed y a sort of smoke."

The objects might have been large meteors; there is also speculation that they might be space debris, for example from the recent collision of two satellites above Siberia.

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