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"Aerial Observation Of Intense Source Of Light"

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By Paul of www.ufocrashsite.com

Domestic Collection Division
Foreign Intelligence Information Report


COUNTRYUSSRDCD REPORT NO.00-E-324/33601-76
SUBJECTArial Observation of Intense
Source of Light
DATE DISTR.18 NOV 1976
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DATE OF INFO. September 1976


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1.   An unusual incident was observed during a 10 September 1976 British
European Airways (BEA) flight (number 831) from Moscow to London. Between
1800 and 1900 hours, the aircraft was cruising at an altitude of approxi-
mately 33 thousand feet (9,900 meters), apparently inside the border of
Lithuania, when a blinding, single source, constant intensity, and
stationary light was observed off the starboard flight path of the air-
craft. The light's distance was estimated to be approximately 10 to 15
miles (16 to 24 kilometers) off the aircraft's oath and approximately
five to six thousand feet (1,500 to 1,800 meters) below the aircraft.
somewhat above a lower cloud layer. The light, which resembled a sodium
vapor lamp (yellowish in color), and which was too intense to view
directly for any period of time, completely lit the top of the lower cloud
layer, giving it a glowing cast.

2.  The light was of such interest that the BEA pilot came onto the aircraft's
intercom network, stated that he was somewhat converened over its presence,
and said he had asked the Soviet authorities for an identification of its
source. The Soviet authorities came back with a negative identification
response, suggesting that he should not ask questions. The light was
observed for approximately 10 to 15 minutes, until the aircraft had flown
past and left the light source behind.

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