rubber duck UAP

On November 23, 2019, a FLIR camera system onboard an RC-26B aircraft with the Air National Guard managed to film an unconventional flying object as it passed over Arizona. Displaying no visible means of propulsion or aerodynamic lift, the odd footage has been touted as one of several examples of Department of Homeland Security videos depicting unidentified aerial phenomena.

This week, joining us to discuss his scientific analysis of what has since been dubbed the “Rubber Duck UAP” is Peter Reali, a researcher with the Scientific Coalition for UAP Studies. Peter’s new paper, “A Forensic Analysis of ‘Rubber Duck,’ a Publicly Available Video Showing a UAP Purportedly Filmed by Arizona National Guard on November 23, 2019,” provides the most comprehensive analysis to-date of the mysterious object in the video, which we discuss in-depth on this week’s installment of The Micah Hanks Program. 

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