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The Darwin Lights

The Darwin Lights

Last week, residents of Darwin, Australia reported seeing flashing lights illuminating the night sky. A Northern Territory News article described the object as "shaped like three connected ball-shaped spheres that flashed blue, green and red from as many as six different light sources." A spokesperson for the Australian Department of Defense said that the object was not a secret military aircraft. Airport officials also denied it was a plane on final approach. Read the AUFORN report.

Image: Nigel & Julie Lynn

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