I am not sure how frequent this confusion is, but Venus is brighter than any other planet or star, and can easily be seen in the daylight.
Because Mars is very bright, and it is often mistaken for a UFO.
The largest thing ever misidentified as a UFO, is the planet Jupiter. It and Venus are the two planets most likely to be mistaken as a UFO. Venus is seen more often (President Carter saw Venus as a UFO) because it is so bright.
Venus is usually the planet that is most thought to be a UFO, but all planets visible without a telescope or binoculars can be mistaken for UFOs.
The most common misidentification for a UFO is the planet Venus.
Venus. It is bright red and quite visible in the night sky (usually somewhere in an Easterly direction).
Venus. Indeed, the Summit of Beauty and Love, and Venus was her name- as the song has it.
Yes it does flash different colors, usually before and after sunset. This remains unexplained. As our sky's brightest visible neighbor (after the Moon), the planet Venus is often mistaken for a UFO.
Since no humans have visited Mars, it is unsure. But Mars is often mistaken for UFOs because of how bright the planet is.
Saturn is a gas planet that has bright rings.
usually it is said that a UFO looks bright and glowing at night-time. Sometimes it can be a rounded oval type of shape.
if not mistaken uranus is the nearest
That would be impossible to say. There are more UFOs that are mistaken identity than actually faked.
they are real we can't be the only planet with life 0-o
UFO Files - 2004 An Alien History of Planet Earth 3-9 was released on: USA: 26 June 2006
A UFO ship can come in all different shapes not just a ship. UFO stands for Unidentified Flying Object. The UFO you see probably does not belong to an alien; it might be something as simple as a Chinese lantern. People have reported a UFO that has been so bright that it left their eyes sore. One person caught video footage and handed into the UFO society but it didn't cast light on anything, so this was edited.
Because it is on fire
Plane Balloon Satellite Shooting Star Blimp Meteor Helicopter