Three blinking lights in Rio de Janeiro spotted by a pilot after takeoff [2015]

OCTOBER 4th, 2015. Five minutes after taking off with a plane from Rio de Janeiro Tom Jobim International Airport, a pilot resident in the city of Jundiaí, São Paulo reported seeing three agglutinated blinking lights. Their colors were red, blue and ambar and they were apparently stationary at an altitude of approximately 23.000 ft. The sight, according to the pilot’s report, occurried over Santa Cruz district, in the west zone of Rio de Janeiro city.

The pilot also reported to COMDABRA’s representative [Brazilian Aerospace Defense Command], his own impressions about the event: “It is strange the fact that they were between two layers, and [the fact that] the three lights were together, what unabled them to be characterized as normal a aircraft. The pilot also suspected they were a drone or some kind of balloon.

Cf. ARQUIVO NACIONAL (Brasil). Sistema de Informações do Arquivo Nacional (SIAN). Fundo ‘Objeto Voador Não Identificado (OVNI)’. Código de Referência BR DFANBSB ARX.0.0.741. “Questionário sobre ocorrência de objeto voador não identificado (ovni) no Rio de janeiro, RJ.“. Brasília, DF. 1952 a 2015. Último acesso realizado em 27/05/2020.

The BRAZILIAN UFO ARCHIVES website is a private initiative and IS NOT endorsed or sponsored by the Arquivo Nacional do Brasil [see our ‘Info’ page]. *THE ORIGINAL FILE WITH THE CASE REFERRED TO IN THIS TEXT CAN BE FOUND IN THE DOCUMENTAL COLLECTION OF “ARQUIVO NACIONAL DO BRASIL, LOCATED IN THE “OBJETO VOADOR NÃO IDENTIFICADO (OVNI)” FUND, UNDER THE REFERENCE CODE [“Código de Referência”] MENTIONED ABOVE. HERE IS THE LINK TO SEARCH THEIR WEBSITE 

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