What has happened to flying saucer review magazine?
The Autumn edition of Flying Saucer Review is out now, 1-12-2010, after a delay
of about one year.I am a subscriber and have just received my copy by post.
5 little men in a flying saucer Lyrics5 little men in a flying saucer looked around the world one day They looked left and right but they didnt like the sight so one man flew a way.4 little men in a flying saucer. .. and so on till zero You can add "wheee" or "woosh" after each little man flies away
A UFO is an unidentifed flying object. It can be anything that a person sees in the skies, that is flying, and they cann't identify. A flying saucer (a term first used in 1948) refers to round objects that people have seen flying through the skies. Many of them could be aircraft such as the Chance-Vought V-173 or the Sikorsky Cypher 1. There are other possible explanations to flying saucer sightings, including people who want…
"Soucoupe volante" is a French equivalent of 'flying saucer." The feminine noun "soucoupe" means "saucer." Its singular definite article is "la" ("the"), and its singular indefinite article "une" ("a, one"). The present participle "volante" in the feminine singular form means "flying." Together, the pronunciation is "soo-koop voh-lawnt."
"Platillo volante" is a Spanish equivalent of "flying saucer." The Spanish word "platillo" means "little plate, saucer." Its singular definite article is "el" ("the"), and its singular indefinite article "un" ("a, one"). The adjective "volante," from the present participle of the infinitive "volar," means "flying." Together, the pronunciation is "plah-TEE-yoh voh-LAHN-teh."