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MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The Mexican Air Force has released footage of what a UFO expert said were 11 invisible unidentified flying objects picked up by an infrared camera as they whizzed around a surveillance plane. A long-time believer in flying saucers, journalist Jaime Maussan told a news conference on Tuesday the objects were real and seemed "intelligent" after they at one point changed direction and surrounded the plane chasing them.
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Mexican Air Force pilots film unidentified objects (CNN) | Mexican Air Force Films UFOs (Wired) |Mexico Air Force video creates UFO stir (abc) | Mexican air force captures invisible 'UFOs' on film (The Independent).

Científicos descalifican los videos de ovnis en México (La Opiníon): "Si no conocemos o no podemos explicar un fenómeno meteorológico, es poco inteligente atribuir su origen a extraterrestres;..." (~ When we can't explain a meteorological phenomenon, it wouldn't make much sense to ascribe its origin to aliens).

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Addendum: Various Comments:

Mexican Airforce Capitan Jose Pedro Valdez Joaquin Gomez de Salazar: "Yjes. We half seen tthem in thi sky. No. I was not drinking mi tequila at that time senor. I stopped 2 hours before taking off on mi plane. These are real aliens I tell you cabron!"

President of Mexico Vicente Fox: "[The aliens] are real. However, we can't help take care of them, so I ask President Bush to extend the temporary work permits not only to include the illegal aliens in their country coming from Mexico, but also to allow these aliens from outer space to work legally in their country as well."

US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld: "The UFO's don't surprise me at all. What surprises me, however, is that Mexico actually has an air force. I had no idea!"

Nuclear science researcher Julio Herrera: "The blobs of light may have been nothing more than ball lightning -- glowing spheres that are little understood but often sighted near the ground during thunderstorms."

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