Mysterious UFO Lights in the Sky Over NE Nevada Turn Heads After 4 Incursions by Balloons in a Week
Is it a precursor to a Chinese invasion, or an alien invasion? Maybe not, but lights in the sky concern some.
February 15, 2023
Is it a precursor to a Chinese invasion, or an alien invasion? Well, probably not, but a series of lights over the skies of North Eastern Nevada have people wondering.
This comes after a series of UFO's, believed to be Chinese balloons, were shot down by US Aircraft. The first was the large balloon off the coast of North Carolina. The second was off Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. The third was over Montana, and the fourth was over Lake Huron. Even the U.S. Air Force appears to be nervous, and authorities have yet to explain the incursions.
From January 28 to February 4, 2023, a Chinese-operated high-altitude balloon was seen in North American airspace, including Alaska, western Canada, and the contiguous United States. On February 4, the U.S. Air Force shot down the balloon over U.S. territorial waters off the coast of South Carolina, on the order of U.S. President Joe Biden. Debris from the wreckage was recovered and sent to the FBI Laboratory in Quantico, Virginia, for analysis, says Wikipedia.
The American and Canadian militaries asserted that the balloon was for surveillance, while the Chinese government maintained it was a civilian meteorological research airship that had blown off course. Analysts said that the balloon's flight path and structural characteristics made it dissimilar from those which have typically been used for meteorological research.
The U.S. government declassified information from American U-2 reconnaissance aircraft deployed to track the balloon, as well as other sources, that showed that the balloon had signals intelligence equipment, as part of an effort to "name and shame" Chinese espionage by publicly calling it out.