Bogotá, Colombia. 1975 or 76. 4:00 a.m. Two university students hear a metallic sound and spot a disk about 12 feet wide, apparently in distress. Four other objects come to assist the disk, which then ejects hot liquid material onto the rain-soaked pavement. The objects fly into the clouds. The witnesses wait for the material to cool before collecting samples. Analysis finds aluminum, with phosphorus, iron, and other elements. The sample does not contain water or fluoride, an unusual omission for aluminum productions.
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