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The fourth mysterious flying object destroyed over America – China spoke

The fourth mysterious flying object destroyed over America – China spoke

The Air Force cannot yet determine its source.

The Pentagon announced that US military aircraft dropped an octagon-shaped object over Lake Huron on Sunday.


It was destroyed by a missile fired by an F-16 fighter jet over the lake near the Canadian border. The object was launched at an altitude of six thousand metres, which made it a danger to civil aviation as well. It was first seen flying over a military base in Montana on Saturday.

The US Air Force shoots down the fourth unidentified flying object in eight days. The first was a Chinese hot air balloon, which the Americans suspected was flying over the United States for espionage purposes, something Beijing denies. The second shooting took place over Alaska, and the third over the Canadian Yukon Territory.

Beijing officially responded on Monday to the US accusations: Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said the US had allowed at least ten spy balloons to enter Chinese airspace since January 2022, so instead of pressing charges, it should review its own practices – according to For China, the United States regularly violates the airspace of other countries.

Due to the series of phenomena, the forces responsible for the defense of North America have already been put on alert. There’s a reason they’re called objects and not balloons, said Glenn VanHerck, the top general of the US Air Force. The army has not yet been able to determine exactly what the last three objects were, how they remained in the air, or where they came from.

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Another senior military official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the military had seen no evidence that the objects were extraterrestrial.

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