A plane with a bright yellow-orange band at the bottom of its wings is visible from many parts of Australia.
But the constellation plane was a mystery to many of us until the ABC aired its “Senna’s Wing” program on the night of December 6.
The program has been seen by millions of people around the world and it revealed that there was a plane that could not be seen in the sky by the naked eye.
A photo posted by senna (@senna_wing) on Dec 8, 2018 at 10:12:46PM “The plane was seen by many people, and we wanted to know what it was, why it was there, and where it came from,” ABC journalist Samira Ahmed told 7.30.
“But we were told that it wasn’t possible to find out.”
In the program, ABC News correspondent Sophie Richardson showed a video clip of the plane in the Australian sky and asked: “Can you explain the yellow band on the plane?”
“That’s not a question we would ask the pilot,” she said.
“It was a question that the pilot couldn’t answer.”
She continued: “The pilot said it was from a nearby constellation.
I think the reason that it was in the night sky was because the plane was flying very low, so it was a very dark night, it was dark in the skies.””
We wanted to find a constellation, so that the plane could be seen by the world.
In the end, the pilot said there were no stars in the constellation.”
It was not the first time a constellation had been seen over Australia.
A plane was sighted on a dark night in the 1960s and the same plane was captured by a satellite in 1979.
The plane’s blue and white wings were photographed by an amateur in the same time.
According to ABC News, the plane appeared to be in the shape of a wing, but it was not clear if it was made of wood or plastic.
The pilot did not answer questions from the ABC.
Senna is also known as the “Sarsaur”, which means “little bird” in Sanskrit.