Beyond the common usage of the phrase, there have also been man-made saucer-like craft. Disc-like flying objects were occasionally reported throughout the millennium.The first flying disc craft was called the Discopter and was patented by Alexander Weygers in 1944. For example, in a mass sighting over Nuremberg in 1561, discs and spheres were reported emerging from large cylinders (see woodcut at left).
Early reported sightings of unknown "flying saucers" usually described them as silver or metallic, sometimes reported as covered with navigation lights or surrounded with a glowing light, hovering or moving rapidly, either alone or in tight formations with other similar craft, and exhibiting high maneuverability.While disc-shaped flying objects have been interpreted as being sporadically recorded since the Middle Ages, the first recorded use of the term "flying saucer" for an unidentified flying object was to describe a probable meteor that fell over Texas and Oklahoma on June 17, 1930.I am excited about this new journey and I hope that each week we can walk through it together.No matter your story, your struggle, I hope you can join me on this path, and that you can experience my story and be inspired.Many of the alleged flying saucer photographs of the era are now believed to be hoaxes.
The flying saucer is now considered largely an icon of the 1950s and of B-movies in particular, and is a popular subject in comic science fiction. R." ("Saucer Aircraft Utilising Coanda Effect Reactions") flying saucer, by inventor Alf Beharie.
Other designs have followed, such as the American Vought V-173 / XF5U "Flying Flapjack", the British GFS Projects flying saucer, or the British "S. They are also claimed by ufologists to frequently show up in religious artwork.
He reported seeing 9 brightly reflecting vehicles, one shaped like a crescent but the others more disc- or saucer-shaped, flying in an echelon formation, weaving like the tail of a kite, flipping and flashing in the sun, and traveling with a speed of at least 1,200 miles per hour (1,900 km/h).
Such sightings were once very common, to such an extent that "flying saucer" was a synonym for UFO through the 1960s before it began to fall out of favor.
A lot of sightings of the cigar-shaped UFO were reported following it.
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