Iran, Russia to study UFOs after wave of recent sightings startle all!
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>NEW YEAR's SURPRISE: IRAN AND RUSSIA TO STUDY UFOs IN JOINT EFFORT AFTER
>A RASH OF UNEXPLAINED SIGHTINGS STARTLE THEIR PRIMITIVE POPULATIONS /
>STUDY QUESTION: IS AN ALIEN INVASION FROM HOSTILE ETs IMMINENT?! -
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>With a rash of recent sightings of unidentified flying objects in the
>Eastern Hemisphere, Russia and Iran have agreed to jointly study the UFO
>According to the Islamic Republic News Agency, the two nations are
>stressing "expansion of bilateral cooperation particularly in space
>research and construction of satellites."
>In addition to the scientific look at UFOs, Russia and Iran are
>finalizing agreement for the construction of the Zohreh satellite for
>Iran, which has been on the drawing board for years but has been
>hampered by bureaucratic obstacles.
>News of the UFO study comes as skywatching mania strikes Iran. This
>week, the Associated Press reported Tehran's air force was ordered to
>shoot down any unknown or suspicious flying objects in its airspace amid
>state-media reports of sightings of flying objects near Iran's nuclear
>"Flights of unknown objects in the country's airspace have increased in
>recent weeks... [they] have been seen over Bushehr and Isfahan
>provinces," the Resalat daily reported. Nuclear facilities are located
>in both provinces.
>"We have arranged plans to defend nuclear facilities from any threat,"
>air force General Karim Ghavami told the paper. "Iran's air force is
>watchful and prepared to carry out its responsibilities."
>Resalat also reported "shining objects" in the sky near Natanz, where
>Iran's uranium-enrichment plant is situated. One of those objects is
>said to have exploded, prompting "panic in the region."
>As WorldNetDaily previously reported, Iran has been struck by UFO fever
>all year long, with dozens of sightings of strange objects. In April,
>state-run television broadcast a sparkling white disc flying over
>Tehran. People were reported rushing out into the streets in eight towns
>to watch a bright "extraterrestrial light dipping in and out of the
>The IRNA also reported colorful objects seen beaming out green, red,
>blue and purple rays over the northern cities of Tabriz and Ardebil and
>in the Caspian Sea province of Golestan. In addition to Iran, a number
>of UFOs - some possibly meteors - have been spotted by citizens of
>Indonesia, China and Australia.
>In May, the Mexican air force released video footage of 11 unidentified
>flying objects that were only visible via an infrared camera. The
>objects reportedly flew around a military surveillance plane.
>Jamie Maussan, a journalists and UFO enthusiast, told reporters the
>objects seemed "intelligent" because at one point they changed direction
>and surrounded the plane that was chasing them.
>"They were invisible to the eye but they were there, there is no doubt
>about it. They had mass, they had energy and they were moving about,"
>Maussan said after showing a 15-minute video.
>"We are not alone! This is so weird," one of the pilots can be heard
>yelling, Reuters reported. The plane's crew had just switched on the
>infrared camera after first picking up the objects by radar.
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