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NPAS-FLIR camera


A South Wales police helicopter managed to capture something strange on their FLIR (forward looking infrared) camera. A flying object that was invisible to the naked eye, but somehow managed to show up on FLIR because it was emanating heat.


In a tweet the South Wales police department presented the video to the public in hope of an explanation as to what it was they caught on camera. The object is seen flying against strong headwind and at around 1,000 feet above the Bristol Channel on September 16th 2016.

“It’s difficult to judge the size but we filmed it for just over seven minutes – any suggestion?” – NPAS St. Athan


Chinese lanterns and weather balloons have been ruled out on account that the object was giving off a strong heat source and it navigated against the wind. The local Air Traffic Control claimed that nothing showed up on their flight radar, even though the police chopper was following the mysterious object.




The recent FLIR  police video of an unidentified flying object  in the UK is strangely similar to the 2013 Puerto Rico DHS footage.


  • IThinkso

    Sensational News! had my first “UFO” sighting on highway 1 Big Sur around 12:00 am, during an unprepared & unaided gazing of the clear majestic night skies…free from the artificial light pollution. The object looked as one of the dim star passing through other dim stars in a fairly straight line. It lasted hardly 2-3 seconds. My eyes were calibrated few minutes before that when a plane passed by at their normal altitudes.
    Could be one of those man-made intelligent space junk or a demon playing?

  • Liam Mcgowan

    most fake video out there… part is aatip video the other is a random aircraft travelling at almost the speed of sound in a humid atmosphere. additionally, when the zoom adjusts i see the smiley face of a mspaint using sheep shagger. oao o7

  • Liam Mcgowan

    what you saw was a telecommunications satellite reflecting the sun. these are called iridium flares and can be predicted. there are apps to tell you where and when to look. the series of satellite have reflective panels on them so create ‘flares’ where they increase in brightness to a peak and then decrease. the one you saw was optimal some distance away, ie: if you had been a few miles up the road it would have been extremely bright at its peak. google: iridium flares

  • IThinkso

    Interesting, thanks for the useful information…so, after all it was the space junk.