Saturday, July 10, 2010

Unidentified Flying Object in China air space

VIVAnews - News temporarily closing Airport, Xiaoshan in Hangzhou, capital of Zhejiang Province, China Wednesday, July 7, 2010 shocked the world.
Not because the plane could not land, but about the reason for the closure is the appearance of UFOs (Unidentified Flying Object) at around 21:00 local time.
An anonymous source told the China Daily said the authorities has unraveled the mystery of the UFO sightings, after conducting a series of investigations.


However, the results of that investigation will not be announced to the public. The data is still confidential, because it has something to do with military interests. Official explanation from the government according to the information will be given this Friday.
After the closure of the airport, flights diverted to other cities, namely Ningbo in Zhejiang Province and Wuxi in the Jiangsu Province.
An airport staff admitted to not know exactly how many flights are diverted because of these UFOs.
At that time, although an unknown object disappeared from China's military radar, but flights continued to be delayed until four hours later.
A bus driver, Yu told Xinhua on Wednesday night said he saw the luminous object in the sky.
"It suddenly dashed towards the west, such as running away to something," he said, as in loading pages News.com.au.
Meanwhile, the local meteorological agency tried to calm the people who panicked at the appearance of luminous object Wednesday night. Meteorological agency said, people see is the light of ordinary aircraft.

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