During a 2002 ROV expedition by Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC) off Sanriku, something unexpected happened at the moment the ROV filmed a squid.
The new footage (see video below) shows something like a fast-moving glowing saucer-shaped object passing by in the background at a depth of 421 meters.
Unable to identify the object, the puzzled expedition members wondered if the ROV (remotely operated vehicle) had captured a deep-sea animal or more likely a UFO/USO (Unidentified Submerged Object).
It’s not the first time USOs like this have been seen in Earth’s bodies of water. These UFOs/USOs flying into and out of the oceans, unknown craft that are able to travel underwater at a tremendous speed but till now it remains a mystery what exactly these objects are and where they come from.
USOs are similar to unidentified flying objects (UFOs), except that they are seen in or near bodies of water, such as oceans, lakes, rivers, or ponds. Some USOs are said to emerge from the water and fly in the air, while others are said to submerge and disappear into the depths.
There are many theories and speculations about the nature and origin of USOs. Some people believe that they are advanced vehicles or devices created by humans, either by secret military projects or by clandestine organizations.
Others believe that they are extraterrestrial or interdimensional crafts or beings that visit our planet for various purposes. Still others believe that they are natural phenomena, such as bioluminescent organisms, gas bubbles, optical illusions, or unknown marine animals.
The evidence for USOs is mostly based on eyewitness accounts, photographs, videos, sonar recordings, and radar detections.
USOs remain a mystery that fascinates and puzzles many people around the world. Are they natural or artificial? Are they friendly or hostile? Are they here to observe us, communicate with us, help us, or harm us? These are some of the questions that USOs raise and that we may never be able to answer.
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