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Missile test sparks UFO reports in China

By T.K. Randall
January 18, 2010 · Comment icon 2 comments



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One month on from the spectacular spirals in Norway a new spate of sightings in China is also being attributed to a missile launch.
A series of UFO sighting reports in the country followed on from China's first ever launch of a missile designed to intercept another missile already in flight. Witnesses reported strange colored clouds and streaks in the skies of Xinjiang and Gansu provinces.
In an ironic encore, yet another secret military missile test has sparked widespread UFO reports from surprised ground witnesses. On Dec. 9, a Russian Bulava missile was launched from a submarine within sight of northern Norway, resulting in a spectacular spiral display and a spate of UFO sightings.


Source: MSNBC | Comments (2)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #1 Posted by Skimbosh 13 years ago
I'm more concerned about the missile test than I am potential UFOs. And what, no pictures? I realize they weren't "as well equipped" but I was hoping MSNBC would of had something to show. I imagine they (Chinese)have aircraft specifically for monitoring the missile test results. Perhaps these could be mistaken for UFOs.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Sanderz 13 years ago
For anyone who actually think the Norwegian lights were a rocket: Sigh... Just... No. Watch it again. It ain't no rocket.


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