Since Missouri is such a huge UFO Hot Spot Missouri MUFON is hosting a Skywatch

World UFO Day
July 2,  from 9:00 pm – 11:00 pm on ZOOM

and in your own backyard!
In case of inclement weather, we will reschedule.
Open to the public in Missouri - all are welcome!
Watch the skies from your location and share information with others.

Any sightings should be reported to MUFON. We will compile sightings and write an
article about the event, which will be posted at

To join our ZOOM meetings on July 2:
Get a free account on ZOOM on your laptop, tablet, or phone. If you're not familiar with ZOOM, you may want to practice with a friend. Faster internet connections work best.
Join one of the following meetings after 8:30 pm and wait in the waiting room. The meetings will open at 9:00 pm. Be sure to have your video camera ready in case you see something. Be sure to go outside!
We have three ZOOM meetings set up, one for the greater Kansas City area, one for the greater St. Louis area, and a third for the rest of the state. We can have up to 100 people in each of the three ZOOM meetings. If you are unable to join it means the rooms are full, so we encourage you to report your sightings at Choose one and click on the link or use the meeting ID:


Meeting #1: St. Louis:
Host: Mel Van Vickle
Topic: MO MUFON UFO Skywatch July 2, 2020
Join Zoom Meeting
 Meeting ID: 841 3469 7093
Password: 617570

Meeting #2: Kansas City
Host: James Bair
Topic: MO MUFON UFO Skywatch Kansas City
Time: Jul 2, 2020 09:00 PM Central Time
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 891 8542 7222
Password: 503041

Meeting #3: Rest of the State
Host: Assistant State Director Margie Kay
Topic: MO MUFON World UFO Day Skywatch Statewide
Time: Jul 2, 2020 09:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 857 0121 4282
Password: 181606
Dial by your location
 +1 312 626 6799 US
Report UFO/UAP sightings to
An investigator will contact you.


Please do not report the following:

1. Skylanterns: These are paper lanterns with an open flame at the bottom. They appear as flickering orbs and float on the wind currents. They last for about 20 minutes.

2. The Starlink Satellites: These appear as bright white objects in groups and they fly equally distant from each other. The locations of these satellites may be viewed at
3. The International Space Station: This appears as a large white light traveling very fast and very high in the sky. The location of the ISS can be viewed at

Missouri MUFON Media Contacts:

State Director: Debbie Ziegelmeyer
mufondiver@gmail.comSt. Louis

Assistant State Director: Margie Kay  816-833-1602, Kansas City