Mike Paczesny | The Rundown Live
A cigar-shaped UFO spotted in the sky over Korosten, Ukraine, March 6, 2014.
What do you think it is? Camera effects, or is it the real thing?
Could this be a technology reported all too often that just exists as part of a military program?
Even here locally, although, I find these videos questionable at best.
Several skeptics point out that the “ship” looks like it could possibly be some kind of stratospheric weather balloon, or drone.
According to UFODigest
Cigar-shaped UFOs are less widely known than the traditional “saucer” shaped ones or those resembling spheres. This is perhaps due to the fact that in the Yucatan Peninsula, at least, their sightings and reports are less frequent.
Cigar-shaped UFOs look like a rolled-up cigar, as their name suggests. Their aspect is solid and metallic, often with windows on their sides, as in a commercial airliner, but without wings or a rudder. One of the earliest sightings of cigar-shaped UFOs occurred in the mid-70s, but also took place during the Belgian Wave of sightigings in 1989-1990, which led to an in-depth investigation by European governments in recent years.
These objects – able to hover in the air for many minutes and then accelerate to fantastic speeds, such as 500 km per second – are generally seen by radar units that monitor air traffic, and are also sighted by commercial aircraft over the sea. In many cases, these UFOs surround airliners as though investigating them, and subsequently vanish at prodigious speeds.