Stories are not researched by Unknowncountry.com staff before posting and video evaluations are based on experienced observation, not video analysis.
There is no attirbution for the photograph, therefore no way to evaluate it. It appears to be a video grab.
It seems that the Virginia blue light UFO may be identified. The owner of a model plane that was flying at the time believes that it was his.
This mystery from last summer, like so many, has simply been forgotten, never explained.
This does not appear to be a computer graphic, but there isn't enough detail or unusual movement to determine that it is defnitely not a plane or helicopter in evening skylight. Grade B.
These photographs are exceptionally clear. The spheres do not appear to be dust particles on the camera lens, or graphics.
Ghana, Dublin, Texas. These are similar to the objects that appeared in Stephensville, Texas last year.
Thanks to one of Whitley Strieber's Facebook friends, we are able to post this remarkable list of Polish UFO activity over 2010.
There have been quite a few UFO sightings over Whitley Strieber's hometown in the past month. If the Striebers are there at the moment, they should look up!
This Google Maps photo, noticed accidentally by a user, is a genuine unknown. It appears on the Google Maps website as well as on other sites. There is an aircraft in the picture also, showing that it is not a plane. Grade A. This is a link to the page where the image appears in Google Maps Poland
In the UK, Chinese lanterns are often released and mistaken for UFOs as they glide slowly through the sky. Generally, what they are is obvious. In this case, the brightness and sudden disappearance of the lights suggest otherwise.
The blizzard of conflicting explanations from China regarding the UFOs that shut down airports there last summer continues. At this point, who knows what happened?
This is not a normal aircraft nor is it a video effect. Graded A.
Space debris is one thing, but this is bizarre. There is no reference made to this material around the shuttle in the audio, and some of it could be debris, but the fast moving objects are harder to explain. Grade A.
Excellent analysis of the mystery contrail that strongly suggests it was a plane. But if that's true, why doesn't the FAA just say so? It's not classified information.
Please note that the photo is an artist's rendering.
Yesterday, a strange contrail moved rapidly over New York. Now another one, similar to the one over the Pacific near Los Angeles on November 8.
Except for the rapid flickering at the beginning of the video, this could be anything--a street lilght, a motorcycle in nearby hills, a flashlight. With the darkness, impossible to tell. Grade C.
If this object is high enough to form a contrail, it is moving at extreme speed. If it's low enough to be a very fast jet, then it wouldn't produce a contrail. Conclusion: despite what the newscaster say about it, t's displaying unusual flight characteristics. Grade B.
These objects in the first video move as if wind-driven, but against the motion of the clouds and much more rapidly. The circular cloud in the second video is very unsual. Grade B.
This would seem to be a cloud, but if so, why are the local people so concerned about it. Grade B.
Not a computer graphic and probably not an aircraft, but the lack of detail due to darkness makes this impossible to determine. Grade B. Thanks @IQXS