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'UFO spotted in Antarctica': final proof of aliens landing on planet Earth?

By Mirror | Jun 16th 2015 | 1 min read

Russia: Is this photograph proof that aliens have landed on earth?

Or is it simply a black mark on a satellite image that people have interpreted as a crashed UFO as they desperately search for 'evidence' to back up wild claims about extra-terrestrial life coming into contact with the earth?

According to 'researcher of the unknown' Valetin Degterev, it could be the former.

Posting to social media, the Russian 'expert' said he spotted the black mark in Antarctica while using Google Earth.

He claims it shows a UFO stuck in the ice after crash landing three years ago.

Mr Degterev said: "In amongst the endless ice desert, it is the most genuine UFO in its most classic shape."

Seemingly ignoring the many other cliff formations and shadows in the area, Mr Degterev said the 'UFO' measured about 65ft by 230ft and was adamant it could not be explained by anything natural to the earth.

He added: "I think there is very large disc-shaped flying machine amongst the frozen ice."

Mr Degterev claimed the image was not a polar station or a plane, and that he knew of no ships lost in the region.

He said: "It seems this is a man-made object from the distant cosmos."

Nigel Watson, author of the UFO Investigations Manual, told MailOnline it was hard to tell exactly what the image showed, claiming the area had a "long tradition" of alien spacecraft landings.

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