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Newton Abbot, Devon, UK, Strange, Yellow Aerial Object

[Received today 10-11-2019 a recovered file]

Witness Testimony:

I was in the back garden sky watching and I had my Nikon P900 camera setup on a tripod facing east. I was hoping to capture something strange and I had just started to take random photographs of the sky when I saw a Yellow object that was ascending in to the sky.

At first I thought it was a balloon, but I discounted that theory as the object had just abruptly stopped and was now stationery in the sky: It was a very windy day and if the object had been a balloon it would have been blowing all around the sky by the strong winds.

I knew it was something strange so I immediately took a photograph of the stationery Yellow orb object and then began to zoom in on it. All of a sudden the camera battery died.

I was very puzzled and annoyed by this as the battery had been fully charged the day before and it had been showing 100% on the camera screen. I quickly went inside to get another battery and by the time I had got one the object was gone.

I looked all around the sky for the object but it was nowhere to be seen - it had completely vanished. The only question that remains is what  could  this Yellow orb object have been?

BEAMS Comment:

Not a balloon, too large, (doesn't look right for that anyway) or a pollen seed or something similar caught on the breeze, and it doesn't look like a bug either.

Shape wise, it looks to be somewhat conical - shot head-on.

If we had to hazard a guess, we'd say that this could be an energy plasma form, the type that sometimes show a big interest in our aircraft... playfully buzzing around them as they have been recorded doing!