In a land of pure milk and butter, chocolate cookies and melting cheese, how good or valuable is a doughnut one wonders? Upon first reactions, many would say- a lot actually!
But here’s a question up front.
Is there a space for a doughnut for as long as it’s connected to the realm of the paranormal world or the outer space?
No, right? Perhaps it suffices to say that what occurred recently in Switzerland was anything but a random spectacle; it’s got everyone talking, whether conservationists, researchers, photographers and whatnot!
Think for a second about this. The country of clean, green valleys sun-drenched in vivid beauty and splendour having on top of its skies a Doughnut UFO! Yes, that very country where jersey cows, Migros, purity of milk, endlessly arresting mountains and glaciers and snow-capped lucious Instagrammable shots make more news everyday than things like a Doughnut UFO!
Just what would such a site told the commoner or the one whose attention might have been entrusted onto something that did, for a while, seem like some alien UFO landing here on god’s bountiful earth?
The above told, the following explanations is what popular science-related website by the name of Live Science came up with, in regards to the strange looking Doughnut UFO that was spotted recently:
Any passes [of Endeavour] over Switzerland prior to landing that night would have been completely in Earth’s shadow, i.e. it would not be illuminated by the sun and hence not visible,” Langbroek said. “Reentry itself was over Mexico and the Gulf of Mexico, and would not have been visible from Switzerland. The deorbit burn, prior to reentry, was over the Indian Ocean, so also not visible from Switzerland.”
So, if the donut UFO wasn’t a SpaceX craft, then what was it? According to Langbroek, the unidentified flying object over Switzerland may not have been flying at all; it could have been the garbled image of a distant star.
“I am pretty certain that the ‘donut UFO’ on the Swiss images is an out-of-focus image of a bright star,” Langbroek said. “It quite looks like it!” concluded a gentleman by the name of Marco Langbroek, who works in the capacity of a satellite tracker, associated with the University of Netherlands.
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But then who knows as to what that Doughnut UFO was actually about? Maybe, Elon Musk can offer some answers, or can he or anyone from his SpaceX office?
Having said that, the Doughnut UFO has, ever since its spotting, which was on November 13, 2021 at around 10.PM stunned and bedazzled many- and perhaps understandably so.
To this date, what’s known about the Doughnut UFO- one you can only be stirred by but can’t eat- is that it’s occurrence was spotted and can be claimed but what explains its spotting has, so far, not found any reasonable, let alone valid answers.
What it surely was, was a doughnut-looking UFO, what it wasn’t was any delicacy straight out of the noted oven in your favourite dessert-maker or patisserie ! But then, what was it in the first place?