Dark Fast Moving Object Videotaped in Seattle, WA.

Location of Sighting: Seattle, Washington (Lake Union)
Date of Sighting: August 4, 2021
Time of Sighting: 4:30 PM PDT

VIDEO OF LOW FLYING FAST MOVING OBJECT.
STILL IMAGE & ENLARGEMENT OF FAST MOVING OBJECT.
STILL IMAGE & ENLARGEMENT OF FAST MOVING OBJECT.


Description: I was looking west over Seattle and it looked like a seaplane was landing. Instead it then flew up and then again along the horizon, south towards SeaTac (originally from over South Lake Union, just north of the Space Needle). It was dark in color and flew relatively fast.

Note: The video could be of a regular aircraft, but it is difficult to tell for sure.

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3 Responses to Dark Fast Moving Object Videotaped in Seattle, WA.

  1. Jerry says:

    This is clearly an aircraft designed to fly in air not space. The vertical stabilizer and wings are quite clear throughout this video. Sorry guys no aliens here. What I see is a jet flying below radar and possibly breaking several aviation rules by flying so low. I’m a licensed A&P mechanic and have been working on a variety of jets over the years.

    Regards From The tropics:
    Jerry

  2. Ryan says:

    This is an aircraft. When they are near the ground they look “fast”. Picture isn’t clear enough to see the exact type. As to the pilots legality, that would be hard to judge from a video. And this video wouldn’t even cause an investigation.

    Ryan
    Commercial Pilot
    Former FAA Ops Inspector

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