Any chance to get a sticky with guidelines around UFO identification to cut down on the low-quality sightings (Starlink, drones, searchlights, etc)

It could be a full-time job just commenting these three words every other post on this sub: Starlink Drone Searchlights I’m grateful for the mods and their time, and I appreciate it more when I feel like it’s daunting just posting on the deluge of repeated prosaic sightings. I can’t imagine the frustration a mod endures. But that’s the point. It’s exhausting. I don’t want to be exhausted when I visit the sub – I want to see UFO’s. Most people who post on this sub are genuinely curious about what they’ve seen and are looking for answers, and it’s great if we can help them. I think we could help them with a little guidance before they post. I also think there’s a general lack of training in identifying aerial phenomena, and it would be great to have some baseline. I think this would result in an increase in quality of posts as well as serving to educate the population. To get the ball rolling, might I suggest: Common Phenomena – Starlink (sample, sample, sample) Novel Features: Appears to be a string of lights, moving slowly in the same direction while slowly separating. – Drone / Plane (sample, sample,…

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Any chance to get a sticky with guidelines around UFO identification to cut down on the low-quality sightings (Starlink, drones, searchlights, etc)

Updated: August 5, 2022 — 10:28 pm