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Ovni en Mongolie ?
« le: 24 février 2010 à 22:30:13 »

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Two objects reported crashed near Mongolian capital : UFO or engine parts?

February 23, 6:51 PM UFO Examiner Roger Marsh



Very little information accompanied a photo of what is claimed is an object that fell from the sky near the Mongolian capital, according to a report filed February 23 with the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness database.

The report states that two objects fell near the Mongolian capital on February 19. The first object, according to the report, weighed 10 kg, while the second larger object weighed "approximately 2 tons."

Could this simply be an engine that fell off a jet?

Ulan Bator is the capital city of Mongolia.

Reports of crashed UFOs and the construction of an alien embassy were reported out of nearby Kazakhstan in 2009, but an American living there reported to the UFO Examiner that the stories were posted to advance tourism.

The following is the unedited and as yet uninvestigated report filed with MUFON. Please keep in mind that most UFO reports can be explained as something natural or manmade. If MUFON International investigates and reports back on this case, I will release an update.

Mongolia, February 19, 2010 - Two unknown object crashed into ground. MUFON Case # 21989.

Two unknown object crashed into ground near Mongolian capital city. One is smaller about 10 kg, another is huge approx 2ton.




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« Réponse #1 le: 25 février 2010 à 12:29:40 »

Paru sur Universe Today également.
Moui.. j'opte pas non-plus d'entrée de jeu pour un ufo très mystérieux..

Report: Two Objects Crash to Ground in Mongolia



Two objects reportedly crashed to the ground near Ulan Bator, the capital of Mongolia on Feb. 19, 2010.
The first object, according to the report on the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness database, weighed 10 kg,
while the second larger object weighed approximately 2 tons.

Other than that, there's not a lot of information available about the objects.
But of course, UFOers are having a field day, calling the image, above, that accompanied the report a "leaked UFO crash" picture.
But the object looks suspiciously like a rocket or jet engine, or perhaps a rocket nose cone. Objects that crash to Earth likely have a very terrestrial origin.
We'll provide an update when any news becomes available.

Universe Today du 24 Février 2010: http://www.universetoday.com/2010/02/24/report-two-objects-crash-to-ground-in-mongolia/
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Re : Ovni en Mongolie ?
« Réponse #2 le: 02 mars 2010 à 10:53:12 »

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Kimberly Hebert: Secret CIA goat-crusher revealed


Posted: March 01, 2010, 12:09 PM by NP Editor
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One of the pieces of debris. I really hope there's no cow goat under there.

There is a lot of space junk. Like, a lot. So much that it's becoming somewhat of an issue - the more junk there is floating around in orbit, the more chance there is of hitting something important like a satellite or spacecraft.

Where did all this junk come from?

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debris from jettisoned components and spent rocket stages, dust and other particulate debris, etc. Some pieces are bigger than others, but most are in the "particulate" range. Great measures are taken to reduce the risk of, say, breaking a window by positioning the space shuttles in strategic ways as they achieve orbit and meet up with the space station.

But sometimes the larger objects fall down. Orbits decay over time because the object loses energy as it flies around the Earth. (Satellites have to be repositioned occasionally to mitigate this.) Objects that can't be fixed, because junk doesn't usually have its own guidance system, sometimes just fall.

Why am I saying all of this about random junk? Because at least one alien UFO proponent is calling these pictures "leaked" UFO* shots and describing the object above as

"disk-shaped"
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(look at it -- is it disk-shaped?). They carefully avoid the word "alien" in favour of the "I'm just asking questions" approach, but the associated video has appeared on several pro-alien UFO websites (and check out the tags: alien conspiracy, Illuminati, and NWO...and for some reason Obama and 2012, among other things). The forum posts also feature the typical assumptions of behaviour -- "If it were really a crashed Chinese spacecraft, why haven't they said so?" with the implication that is it not a Chinese spacecraft, and therefore...

It's possible that these objects are not from space at all, but from ground (or sea) rocket tests. Rockets can travel a great distance and are notorious for blowing up and/or flying off course, sometimes with

pretty results
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The picture above does look very much like a spent rocket stage or capsule might look after crashing on solid ground from a great distance, compressing in on itself. Again no reason to assume any alien UFO activity and no reason to assume that these photos were "leaked" (implying a poorly-attempted cover-up -- as usual). But still -- "Why are there so many crashed rockets lately, are They planning something?"

Confirmation bias, pattern assumption, and failure to consider all possibilities -- these are the trappings that many people fall into with objects like this. While this is exciting, and it is true that the objects' origins are currently unknown, there is no reason to assume/imply that they are from aliens or alien spacecraft. We have enough non-conspiratorial space junk, spacecraft, and aircraft (including rockets) of our own to explain these objects. Not all of them are well-known, not all of them are tracked, and sometimes they fall.

There's also the possibility that this is a hoax of some kind. Hoaxes can and do happen.

So, alien UFO secret nefarious government plan? Or humans make machines, some of those machines are in the sky, and sometimes they fall down? The latter is the most likely explanation for these objects (barring a hoax). Pictures are not solid proof. But no solid proof means no solid proof, not proof of aliens.

*Aside: They were found crashed to the ground, so they aren't even UFOs, let alone alien UFOs. They are crashed debris. UCOs - Unidentified Crashed Objects? Patent pending.



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Re : Ovni en Mongolie ?
« Réponse #3 le: 02 mars 2010 à 13:37:41 »

Ce monsieur content de sa trouvaille est assurément un mongol fier.
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Re : Ovni en Mongolie ?
« Réponse #4 le: 02 mars 2010 à 14:14:34 »

Rho lalalalalaaaa ... désolé pour ce HS, mais j'applaudis des deux mains ce jeu de mot plus qu'audacieux !
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Re : Ovni en Mongolie ?
« Réponse #5 le: 02 mars 2010 à 17:19:53 »

Mdddddrrrrr L'n D ;D

Non,mais pour être serieux 2 mn...c'est clairement un élément de fusée,ou je ne sais quoi d'Humain c'est trop pourrit pour être ET  :D
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Re : Ovni en Mongolie ?
« Réponse #6 le: 02 mars 2010 à 18:34:13 »

Oui c'est clair ,l'intérieur (qui semblait incurvé vers l'extérieur,avant de s'aplatir au sol),a l'aspect du cuivre écroui.
Autrement je dirais un réservoir additionnel d'un aéronef quelconque. 
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Re : Ovni en Mongolie ?
« Réponse #7 le: 02 mars 2010 à 23:00:26 »

Un reservoir  ;) Yes
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Re : Ovni en Mongolie ?
« Réponse #8 le: 03 mars 2010 à 14:04:03 »

le bétail a eu chaud! A quelques mètres près c'était lui qui prenait.
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