A man apparently spotted two unidentified flying objects (UFO) hovering in the sky. He filmed both of them flying in unison before they disappeared.

According to Mirror, a short video of the sighting was shared on Twitter. It showed mysterious lights hiding behind clouds then diving to the ground. Then the objects went out completely, one after the other. The witness posted the clip, which was filmed in San Diego, California, online to see if anyone else could shed some light on the eerie sighting.

Many people were certain that the clip was a genuine alien encounter. Taking to Twitter, the original witness asked if anyone else in San Diego saw the UFO or was he "officially losing it?"

In the video, a woman could be heard asking if it’s gone. A man replied to her saying, "No." The woman then asked if "it’s in the cloud?" The lights reappeared in the cloud and separated. They spiralled slowly towards the ground. The falling objects then slowed down and came to a stop in the sky. The lights hovered in the sky for a moment then they began to dive again. One of them mysteriously disappeared.

The bizarre footage was viewed more than 6,000 times, with one person saying, "I'm noticing soft introductions being made. Hmmmmm. I don't think we're alone." Another user commented, "Just another typical night in SD," and shared the UFO emoji.

Meanwhile, reports of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) flying through the skies of Ukraine were officially discredited by Ukraine's national science agency. They cited "significant errors" in the report's methods and results, reported Live Science.

A report was released in September by scientists at Kyiv's Main Astronomical Observatory (MAO). They talked about objects whose "nature is not clear." They mentioned multiple so-called "phantoms" which appeared completely black against the sky and seemed to zip through the atmosphere at up to 33,000 miles per hour. It is roughly twice as fast as an intercontinental ballistic missile.

The report's authors described the phantom objects as UAP or UFOs. But they made no attempts to exclude more obvious explanations, such as drones, satellites or artillery used in the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine.

The National Academy of Sciences Of Ukraine (NASU) recently concluded an investigation into the report. A panel of NASU scientists wrote in a statement that the processing and interpretation of results were performed at "an inappropriate scientific level and with significant errors in determining distances to the observed objects." The report "did not meet the professional requirements for publication of the results of scientific research," added the team.

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People take pictures of exhibits at the International UFO Museum and Research Center during the UFO Festival on July 2, 2021 in Roswell, New Mexico. - The festival returns during the July 4th holiday weekend following the Covid-19 pandemic. A highly awaited US intelligence report on dozens of mysterious unidentified flying object sightings said most could not be explained, but did not rule out that some could be alien spacecraft. The report made no mention of the possibility of -or rule out - that some of the objects sighted could represent extra-terrestrial life. The military and intelligence community have conducted research on them as a potential threat. Photo by Patrick T. Fallon/AFP via Getty Images

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