A tiny round multicolored UFO follows an airplane on its way to Brasília [1999]

JULY 29th, 1999. Time: 23h40 pm. Duration: 3 minutes. During a flight from Palmas, State of Tocantins, to Brasília, Distrito Federal – just above the region between the cities of Porto Nacional [Tocantins] and Minaçu [Goiás] – a pilot and a co-pilot spotted a small round multicolored UFO [“red, orange and white”], the size of “an orange” moving away and approaching the side of the aircraft and at the same altitude of 18,000ft. Also according to the observations made in the report to COMDABRA [Brazilian Aerospace Defense Command], one of the witnesses stated that:

“The object appeared on the right side of the aircraft, which was flying from Palmas to Brasília, above FL180 and remained in that position for approximately three minutes; always alternating between the colors red, green and white. The phenomenon was also observed by the second pilot.”

Cf. ARQUIVO NACIONAL (Brasil). Sistema de Informações do Arquivo Nacional (SIAN). Fundo ‘Objeto Voador Não Identificado (OVNI)’. Código de Referência BR DFANBSB ARX.0.0.554. “Questionário sobre a ocorrência de objeto voador não identificado entre Porto Nacional (Tocantins) e Minasul (Mato Grosso do Sul)”. 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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