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UFOs Identified After Video Viewed Nearly Half a Million Times


A video of two bizarre sets of lights spotted floating through the sky above Montreal has gone viral, racking up 434,000 views on Twitter.

The video, posted by the account @LatestUFOs, shows two sets of four lights flying in a triangle formation above the Canadian city, 12 minutes apart.

"What the f***, that is not a goddamn airplane – why the f*** is it so f****** close? What the actual f*** is that? What the f***?," the person behind the camera can be heard saying as they watch the first set of lights.

"The majority of UAPs can be accounted for as balloons, drones, or drifting aerial junk. In some cases, the visual impression is impacted by 'perspective bias,' where a slow nearby object looks like a large, rapid, distant object," Joshua Semeter, a professor of electrical and computer engineering and director of the Center for Space Physics at Boston University.