During the 1990s, in Chile. The environmental satellite GOES-8 recorded a gigantic disk-shaped object, that's about 400 kilometers wide (240 miles) in diameter. On Tuesday, January 26, 1999, television audiences were startled when the Santiago station broadcast satellite image shown a huge disk-shaped object. The video images were broadcast on television from Universidad Catolica (UC-TV) on Channel 13. It was recorded by the GOES-8 satellite on two separate occasions a few years ago. On July 17, 1992, the program showed an infrared image taken by the satellite, clearly displaying a disk-shaped object in outer space over the Pacific Ocean to the west of Chile. The July 1992 image was taken by Servicio Aereo Fotometrico Ltda, an aerial photography company located in Santiago de Chile, the nation's capital. The satellite was in a 21,600 mil geostationary orbit above Earth. The object appeared to be moving at the same orbital speed as the satellite - approximately 6,696 miles per hour. Three images were taken in 10 minute intervals and the object was clearly visible. The second GOES-8 video was recorded on April 7, 1996. Although the image vanished quickly from the GOES-8 website, that was downloaded by the Centro Meteorológico Regional de Antofagasta (Chile). The image shows the object over the Atlantic to the east of the Brazilian coastline. The GOES-8 imagery was debated by two UFOologists during the broadcast: Dr. Mario Dussuel of the Comité de Estudio de Fenómenos Aéreos Anomalos (CEFAA) and Rodrigo Cuadra of the Equipo Superior de Investigación Ovnilógica (ESIO). CEFAA is Chile's national official study group, composed by government agencies and the Chilean Air Force.