What Broke Up Between Afyon and Yalova, Turkey On November 1, 2002?

"When the object got closer, I saw a flashing light. As I was trying to figure  out what it might be, I saw several steady lights. Then the light which I  previously presumed as headlight started to change and get smaller. As I was trying to find a plausible reason for that, the object approached and got into the position of 12 o'clock. Ten or fifteen small objects about the size of a Boeing 747 were flying at 1-2 kilometers between them. This lasted for about 1.5 minutes. As they were getting out of sight, we reported these UFOs to air control at 5:44 a.m. local time."

- Captain Ercan Eken, Pilot, Sun Express Air, Turkey

Video frame from a 22-second sequence taped at 5:38:58 a.m. on November 1, 2002, by Halil Yalcin while driving with his wife between Balikesir and Susurluk, Turkey. The white arrow points at the yellow-colored light that many witnesses over many kilometers said pulsed in a stationary position while a bright, white light nearby broke up into many large pieces that are shown falling through the frame. Videotape © 2002 by Halil Yalcin and provided by the Turkish Sirius UFO Space Sciences Research Center and International UFO Museum, Istanbul. Actual videotape can be seen at website linked at bottom of this report.
Video frame from a 22-second sequence taped at 5:38:58 a.m. on November 1, 2002, by Halil Yalcin while driving with his wife between Balikesir and Susurluk, Turkey. The white arrow points at the yellow-colored light that many witnesses over many kilometers said pulsed in a stationary position while a bright, white light nearby broke up into many large pieces that are shown falling through the frame. Videotape © 2002 by Halil Yalcin and provided by the Turkish Sirius UFO Space Sciences Research Center and International UFO Museum, Istanbul. Actual videotape can be seen at website linked at bottom of this report.

November 18, 2002  Istanbul, Turkey - On November 1, 2002 around 5:30 to 5:45 a.m. local time, four airline crews in the air and two on the ground reported an unusual armada of glowing objects moving together past a yellow pulsing light. The pilots' reports went to Turkey's Flight Safety Department and were headlined on television, radio and newspapers as a "fleet of UFOs flying over Turkey." The airline crews in the air estimated the altitude of the pulsing light and armada of glowing objects was between 22,000 and 36,000 feet.

 

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