January 10, 2013 9:22
Summarized the operational reports on the program UFO Network.
Irkutsk, January 10 — AIF-Sun Angara has become one of the ten regions of the country, where in the past year most often breaking news on the observation of unidentified flying objects (UFOs). According to "Kosmopoisk" for the year 2012 was received only 265 operational reports on the program UFO Network (in 2011 — 173), one in Russia — 70 (in 2011 — 114), from the CIS — 23 (in 2011 — 27), from the rest of the world — 162 (2011 — 82). This releases the Russian regions, where most often breaking news. Thus, UFO concerned residents near Moscow, Krasnodar and Altai Krai, Komi, and Leningrad, Volgograd, Samara, Chelyabinsk, Tyumen, Irkutsk region.
According to experts, the UFO also active in Ukraine, Estonia, Great Britain, France, China, Japan, Canada, USA, Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, Argentina and Australia. From these 16 messages could quickly refute the same day and explained by natural causes (for comparison, in 2010 — 5 posts, 2011 — 14).
In Russia and the CIS, the "fruitful" the appearance of UFOs were the following months: September (41) and October (31), July (27) and August (25) and June (21) May (29), January (23 ), November (22), slightly less than the observations occurred in July (19), October (15). Despite the bad weather, the high number of objective UFO was in January and September-October, while the traditionally high number of UFO's in the summer months, primarily due to favorable conditions for the observation, the report said, "Kosmopoisk."
Identified a total of 36 bursts UFO sightings in 2012 (in 2011, there was 27 bursts, and in 2010 — six). Particularly powerful flash UFO activity occurred on January 1-2, 8 and 29 May, 22 July, 11 and 14 August, 15 and September 19, October 9, November 5-7. In these day UFO recorded by independent observers from various points, including remote from each other over long distances, observation is an enormous territory, at points distant from each other by tens of thousands of miles, said "Kosmopoisk."
In some cases the direction of the object is the same, which makes it possible to assume — eyewitnesses observed a consistent appearance during the span of one body. In several cases, bursts of observation were associated with a favorable follow-up of Venus and Jupiter, and in some cases they were due to a large number of flying lights during the holidays. However, the reasons most of the burst observations remain unclear.
Interestingly, in April last year, an unknown space object crashed in northern Angara. Vitim residents saw the glow in the sky, accompanied by singing. Then an explosion was heard.