On Saturday night, an Unidentified Flying Object streaked through the midnight sky over Los Angeles, causing basically everyone to take to the internet and freak the hell out!
The UFO, which many immediately and frantically assumed to be an extraterrestrial spacecraft, appeared as a brilliantly bright white light that could be seen from hundreds of miles away.
Now, in the sobering light of day, some boring spoilsports at something called "the United States Navy" have decided to rain on everyone's parade by identifying the UFO as a Trident missile, which was test-fired at sea from a ballistic submarine in the Pacific Test Range off the coast of Southern California, according to the San Diego Union Tribune.
Whether it was a missile test or alien visitation, that didn't matter to celebs who were having a great time speculating wildly about the bright light, and were hoping to encounter little green men.
Government, navy, military, aliens, UFO, all the same thing to me. Conspiracy theories for days I don't care.— Jenna Mourey/Marbles (@Jenna_Marbles) November 8, 2015
That UFO is so hot right now but has it done Maron's podcast yet?— Sara Benincasa (@SaraJBenincasa) November 8, 2015
There was a UFO in California and I missed it— Samii Ryan (@SamiiRyan) November 8, 2015
there's a UFO in Los Angeles. I'm so excited. I'm so ready.— Shane Dawson (@shanedawson) November 8, 2015
But it was Fox Mulder himself, David Duchovny, who used the UFO to his advantage the best, squeezing in some effective advertising for the upcoming X-Files revival in January.
While this particular light in the sky may have been nothing more than a Navy weapons test, astronaut Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon after Neil Armstrong during the Apollo 11 mission in 1969, swears he's seen a UFO in person. Check out the video below to hear more!