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The Adelaide Advertiser newspaper of 30 January 2014 carried a headline “Mysterious green light seen in sky off Adelaide coast.”

Reference:
www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/south-australia/mysterious-green-light-seen-in-sky-off-adelaide-coast

The story told how residents of sea front suburbs of Adelaide, including Tennyson, West Beach and Hallet Cove had reported sightings on the previous night.( Latitude 34.9 deg south; 138.6 deg east..)

The light in the sky was described as white or orange/red, or green in colour. It was said to be “high in the sky” and was seen about 2200hrs in the western sky. There was no associated sound.

It was also seen from country South Australia, including Beachport (latitude 37.5 deg south; 140 deg east.)

In other words, although the headline said it was seen from Adelaide suburbs it was actually seen over a much wider area of our state.

The Astronomical Society of South Australia suggested the light was either a meteor or a satellite re-entry. This fits all the known data in the newspaper article.

Text of newspaper article:

Mysterious green light seen in sky off Adelaide coast

The mystery light was seen in Adelaide’s western sky. Source: Supplied

A MYSTERIOUS light spotted off the Adelaide coast was likely a bright meteor or satellite, astronomy experts say.

Residents at Beachport, Tennyson and Hallett Cove reported the light to police, describing it as white, orangey-red or green and “high in the sky” shortly before 10pm last night.

The Astronomical Society of SA said this morning the sighting was most likely a bright meteor, but if it lasted an extended amount of time it might have been a satellite re-entering.

The latter are less common than bright meteors and their light lasts longer due to their slower speed.

Police last night took to Facebook to say they had received multiple simultaneous reports of a strange light in the sky from as widespread as the Yorke Peninsula, West Beach and Beachport.

The light was described as and police said it did not appear to have been a flare or distress beacon.

They did however have some fun with their readers, predicting that “(it) was most likely a meteorite … or aliens.”

This is the second unexplained sighting in three months, after dozens of people reported a mysterious light in the sky in November , which astronomy experts said was likely the planet Venus.

UFOSA Note: Another “low flying planet” according to News and News scientists ?

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UFO Teriyaki

Sunday 16 December 2012

Teriyaki is our code name for someone who has lived and experienced life all around Australia for many decades.

Teriyaki could also be translated to be Teri Yakky because Teri is a bit Yakky and a two-way conversation with talkative Teri is rather difficult to acheive.

Nevertheless, Teri offerred us pleasant stories about many MANY interesting things that happened in Teri’s life related to UFO’s, paraphysical and Natural phenomena.

If You lived in the city where Teri lived, You would recognise Teri as one of the champions and friends of Dolphins, a learned pacifist, talented musician and very congenial person “who nobody can deny”… so we cannot deny Teri’s accounts of UFO appearances and relations to unusual events in and around Australia.

OF COURSE to keep Teri’s confidentiality protected we do not give direct reference to Teri and we will try to obscure Teri’s identity as much as possible, so only an irregular outline of Teri can be glimpsed through this recount of Teriyaki’s conversations with us.

Here are some of the topics and names of places and events we will try to elucidate upon :

  1. Koolymilka SA
  2. Boolegoon SA
  3. Lake Gairdner SA
  4. NE Woomera SA
  5. 1956 – 1957
  6. Three hour power outage
  7. Hesso (between Port Augusta and Woomera) SA
  8. Disappearance of the Lincoln Star (1961)
  9. The Devil’s Meridian
  10. UFO at Glenelg SA 1978, 42 degrees C.
  11. UFO at Morphetteville Race Course SA 1979
  12. Swoop techniques and patterns of human interceptor jet attack fighters
  13. Billie the Dolphin
  14. UFO at Glenelg SA 1960, Jetty Road by church, loud buzzing, had to plug ears, 3 domes underneath
  15. Orphans of the Empire
  16. Greenish UFO’s
  17. Dreams and premonitions before disappearance of the Lincoln Star (1961)
  18. Colin Norris
  19. Strange appearances in photographs
  20. UFO injuries to senior staff at Woomera Nuclear Weapon / Missile testing area

We testify that Teri was a genuine authentic witness and story-teller who would give the same reports or accounts repeatedly with the same details on many occasions.

End of 2011 Review

Tuesday 3 January 2012

There were MANY local reports relating to

  1. Sightings and Soundings between September 2011 and November 2011
  2. Past testimony of UFO’s witnessed in Woomera Prohibited Area in past decades
  3. At least one encounter between UFO and pet animal (dog)

Most activity was

  1. Internet users posting reports of sightings
  2. A special investigation into unusual aerial phenomena in coastal Western Australia which corelated to other UFO group investigations
    (Click to visit members.ozemail.com.au/~amilani/wa-sightings.html)
  3. Phone reports
  4. Maintaining UFOSA web blogs
  5. Visit by Linda Moulton Howe to various locations in Australia

Our most significant report, relayed by phone from Owen, South Australia, mentioned

  • numerous orange lights in night sky
  • UFO’s performing maneuvres far beyond any human capability

The categories of UFO reports for 2011 were

  • orange lights at night
  • large, yet indistinct shapes or shadows, sometimes making sounds like passing trains

Email and Blog activity contained

  • Reports
  • Invitations to UFO events

Linda Moulton Howe
Real Life X Files
Website:
www.earthfiles.com

Hosting Group : AURA (Australian UFO Research Association)
Host Contact : keithbasterfield@yahoo.com.au
PO Box 786
NORTH ADELAIDE SA 5006

In Adelaide 18 July 2011

Venue:

Tiffins on the Park (Botique Hotel)
176 Greenhill Road
PARKSIDE SA 5063
(08) 8271 0444

Tickets:
$20

Click to download or view PDF document

Reference:
www.ufor.asn.au/Linda.pdf
from www.ufor.asn.au