The Chilean Navy has declassified footage of a UFO that they’ve been studying for approximately 2 years. The recording was taken from a Navy helicopter and uncovers a fairly large UFO that, according to the Navy Captain, appeared “flat” and “elongated” with “two thermal spotlights like discharges that did not coincide with the axel of motion.”

The technician of the Chilean Navy described it as “white with a semi-oval shape on the horizontal axis.” The 9 minute video was released by CEFAA – the Chilean government agency which investigates UFO, or UAP (unidentified aerial phenomena), has been in charge of the investigation. None of the CEFAA military experts, technicians, scientists and academics from many disciplines have been able to explain the strange flying object captured by two experienced Navy officers from a helicopter.

The Chilean government agency always makes its cases public when an investigation is complete, and acknowledges the existence of UAP when a case merits such a conclusion.  This is actually not the first time one country’s military has captured an undefined flying object on radar while in flight. Not only 10 years ago, the, Mexican Government Released Footage of 11 bright objects that were moving at a high speed across the sky which were captured by their Air Force pilots. Strangely, these objects were reported to be invisible to the eye, although captured on radar as well as infrared cameras. Check the picture below of the footage released by the Mexican Government.

The UFO phenomenon is worldwide and sightings are common. In 1976, a Spanish Air Force general told the world that “the countries of the world are at present cooperating in the investigation of the UFO phenomenon. There is a global trade of data. Perhaps when this group of nations acquired more precise and definite information, it will be possible to release the news to world.” (Source)

Coming back to the footage released by the Chilean Military;

On November 11, 2014, the Chilean Navy helicopter was on a routine daytime patrol mission flying north along the coast, west of Santiago. On board were the pilots, a Navy Captain with many years of flying experience, and a Navy technician while filming the terrain, the technician observed a strange object flying to the left over the ocean. Soon both men observed it with the naked eye. They noticed that the velocity and the altitude of the object appeared to be about the same as the helicopter, and estimated that the object was approximately 35 to 40 miles (55-65 km) away. It was traveling W/NW, according to the Captain. The technician aimed the camera at the object immediately and zoomed in with the infra-red (IR) for better clarity.

Shortly thereafter, the pilot contacted two radar stations – one close by on the coast, and the other the main DGAC Control system (Ground Primary Radar) in Santiago – to report the unknown traffic. Neither station could detect it on radar, although both easily picked up the helicopter. (The object was well within the range of radar detection.) Air traffic controllers confirmed that no traffic, either civilian or military, had been reported in the area, and that no aircraft had been authorized to fly in the controlled air space where the object was located. The on-board radar was also unable to detect the object and the camera’s radar could not lock onto it.

The pilot tried several times to communicate with the UAP, using the multi-national, civilian bandwidth designed for this purpose. He received no reply.

Below you’ll see the recently released video:

The video shows 2 connected white circular lights or hot spots, giving off much heat (left). This image was part of an analysis by astrophysicist Luis Barrera. “Envoltura” means “envelope:

But there is one additional component that makes this footage particularly unique: “In two instances it discharged some type of gas or liquid with a high thermal track or signal,” the technician stated. After filming for about eight minutes, the stunning ejection of a massive plume of a very hot material is captured on the video, trailing behind the object. (The plume blended into the clouds when seen in HD.) Another ejection occurred moments later.