Go Back Report # 633
11-25-1989

11-25-1989   MISIDENTIFICATION? - ONLINE TRANSLATION    

CISU Case: 110

Location: Licata-Poliscia (AG)

Category B: Objects that enter the water or they dive down after making some additional

            maneuvers or they dive down and then re-emerge to disappear in the sky (the way

            that the first contact with the water happens is most important).

Evaluation: Possible planet Venus

Original Source: "Il giornale di Sicilia" del 27/11/1989; "La Sicilia" cronaca di Agrigento del 26/11/1989; dispaccio ANSA delle ore 21:51 del 25/11/1989; "Il Giornale dei Misteri" n. 227 pag. 59.          

Sighting Description: Numerose persone videro apparire improvvisamente nel cielo stellato una luce molto intensa, dai colori cangianti dal bianco al giallo. L’oggetto, che sarebbe rimasto fermo in cielo per oltre due ore, si è abbassato lentamente, fino a scomparire in mare. Aveva una forma sferica e dimensioni apparenti come una palla da tennis. I giornali dell’epoca dettero come possibile spiegazione, l’osservazione del pianeta venere e del suo successivo tramonto.           

Sighting Description: Many people saw a very intense light, with colors changing from white to yellow, suddenly appear in the starry sky. The object, which would remain stationary in the sky for more than two hours, dropped slowly until it disappeared in the sea. It had a spherical shape and dimensions like that of a tennis ball. The newspapers of the period gave the observation of the planet Venus and its successive setting as a possible explanation.                                 

This reference: USOCAT by The Italian Center for UFO Studies (CISU), © 1996 by Marco Bianchini. http://www.cisu.org/          

UFOCAT PRN – NONE           

Europe – Italy, Agrigento

Licata               Latitude 37-06-00 N , Longitude 13-55-60 E (D-M-S)

Poliscia             Unable to locate –CF-

Reference: http://www.fallingrain.com/world/            


 



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