US Navy showed a video in which a spherical UFO flies around the ship

(ORDO NEWS) — In the video, filmed by the US Navy, an unidentified flying object dances across the screen before crashing into the ocean, capturing the imagination of UFO hunters around the world.

There is currently little information about the object, except that the Pentagon has confirmed the authenticity of the footage and the video is now available online by a UFO documentary.

“The US Navy has photographed and filmed spherical UFOs and modern transmedia vehicles.

Here are some of the shots,” says director Jeremy Corbell on his website, where he posted the footage.

The video was filmed three years ago in 2019, Corbell said, but has since been made available to the public. It is believed to have been received by the USS Omaha combat information center while sailing off the coast of San Diego, although this has not been confirmed.

In the short video, the object appears to be capable of both air and water movement, making it more advanced in transmedial locomotion than any known vehicle, military or otherwise.

The object itself is incredibly small, with radar images showing a solid ball only 2 meters in diameter. However, it appears quickly, reaching speeds of up to 254 kilometers per hour during its aerial flight.

A search was carried out using a submarine shortly after it was discovered, but the object has long since disappeared.

There is currently no known vehicle that can fly through the air for an extended period of time and then transition into the water and continue the journey.

In the last century, the concept of a flying submarine was studied, but due to significant problems with the supply of air and fuel, the idea was never realized.

In 2008, the US was preparing to award contracts for a flying submersible, but after Lockheed Martin canceled its plans for an underwater drone, it appears that the contracts never came to fruition.

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