Written by: Daniel Hager
First reported by KTLA in Anchorage alaska
On March 19th 2019. An object was recorded in the skies over Anchorage Tuesday.
A video submitted to KTVA by Adonus Baugh shows an object Hovering in the sky as two people question what it could be.
Bebe Kang whom posted the video online said ”
“It didn’t look like an airplane or one of those jets. It was big, super slow and RED!!” Kang wrote. “I tried to get a video but it got further and smaller.” Kang Thought it was asteroid.
Kang was driving west on Dimond Boulevard when she saw the object .
Bebe Kang also wrote in the post
“It didn’t look like an airplane or one of those jets. It was big, super slow and RED!!”
“But it was much more awesome to see in person,” she wrote. “It really didn’t look like a plane or a jet.”
Erin Eaton a spokesperson from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson checked Wednesday on if JBER had any aircraft in flight near Anchorage at the time. She said “It wasn’t any of our aircraft” (As if they would tell you if it was?) Several types of aircraft operate from the base. F-22 Raptor stealth fighters, C-130 Hercules C-17 Globemaster III transports and E-3 Sentry AWACS command jets.
The FAA watched the video and said the object seen in the video was not an aircraft, and that the FAA didn’t receive any reports of aviation issues tuesday night.
Peter Davidson, the director of the National UFO Reporting Center, said Wednesday that he believes the object is “a high-altitude jet airliner, with a contrail behind it.”
“It is in level flight, but because it is flying away from the camera, it appears to be ‘falling,’” Davenport wrote. “It is not, but parallax makes it look that way.”
Anchorage-based National Weather Service staff laughed when asked about the reports Wednesday.
There is no way that that is a plane. It isn’t falling either. Its hovering. if you use the electrical lines a reference to the object you notice it isn’t moving in any direction. Also you will see a bird cross over the top of the object. Showing its distance away from the viewer.