Out There stories relating to "Collision"
Sunday, June 9, 2013
On June 4th, Air China flight CA4307 had a mid-air collision with a foreign object that left a significant dent in the plane's nose. After the pilots reported performance problems, the plane returned to Guangzhou, where the flight had originated. The damage shown indicates a glancing blow with a lightweight object, and Chinese authorities identified it as a probable bird strike. However, there is no known bird that can fly at 26,000 feet. The highest flying species is the Bar-headed goose, which can cross the Himalayas at an average altitude of 18,000 feet. They have been observed as high as 21,000 feet when over the Himalayas, but not over China. They fly at much lower altitudes over the lowlands, and Guangzhou is in the plain of central China north of Hong Kong and over a thousand miles from Tibet. The region is not on the typical migration pattern of the Bar-headed goose.
Thursday, January 26, 2012
At roughly 3:30 into this video, something, possibly a bird, seems to strike this luminous object and then drop away at a 45 degree angle. The video is authentic, and, I might comment, similar to many orb videos I have seen involving jet contrails. Orbs appear around these contrails too often for comfort. There would seem to be some connection.