August 30, 2013 – Curitiba, Brazil – 11:30 AM Local Time



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Description: On August 30th, 2013 at around 11:30 AM I saw an object that displayed a slow upward movement and then disappeared. It looked black and was maybe some silver-metallic.

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7 Responses to August 30, 2013 – Curitiba, Brazil – 11:30 AM Local Time

  1. Gerry says:

    My Wife and I saw something very similar to this a few years ago in Pismo Beach, CA. We were on the way to Avila Beach on Highwya 101 and saw this cylinder hovering over a canyon. the only difference was that it was vertical, not horizontal. It looked like a huge version of a 50 gallon drum. I thought it might be a Cal Poly experiment, but I searched the news and could find nothing.

  2. Squidward says:

    Slowly ascended, you say? No other anomalous motions? In which case I would suspect a mylar balloon of some sort.

    • Alex says:

      I took these pictures. There were no anomalous or abrupt movements. It was pretty high in the sky when I saw it. I took a few pictures and it disappeared. It looked black or silver-ish.

      • Administrator says:

        Thanks for clarifying your sighting. The consensus among commenters is that you photographed a “solar” balloon. Some commenters were downright rude and stupid and those comments were not published.

        Take care.

  3. Jack L. Metcalfe says:

    Look how the exposed end of the balloon is bunched. Clearly a solar balloon, but cylindrical, check out these:

    or this TinyURL, in case the above won’t work for you:

  4. Defiant says:

    OBVIOUSLY a tubular solar balloon. Do some research before you post this rubbish.

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