True or False?

January 2000
Alien Invaders;2000, p46
The article discusses objects usually mistaken for unidentified flying objects (UFO). Lenticular clouds, which stay over one place for a long time, are thought of as flying saucers. Another heavenly phenomena mistaken for UFOs are skylights, such as the ones the appeared over Norway in 1983. Unusually shaped airplanes made by the U.S. Air Forcehave also been mistaken for UFOs.


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