US shoots down unidentified flying object for fourth time in a week

Posted By: Anwesha Adhikary | Posted: February 13, 2023 9:04 am| Updated: February 13, 2023 9:04 am

United States shoots down unidentified flying object for fourth time in a week |  sangbad pratidin

Daily digital news desk: Fourth time in a week. Again the United States (USA) shot down flying objects from its airspace. The new flying object was shot down in the area adjacent to Michigan on the border with Canada (Canada). Although the administration claims, the object was not used for espionage. By the way, last week a Chinese balloon was seen in US airspace. There was a lot of controversy about it.

The new flying object is octagonal in shape, with many wires dangling from it. This object was flying at a height of 20,000 feet above the ground. President Joe Biden ordered the object to be toppled on sight. But according to officials, the flying object probably wasn’t spying. However, the US administration cannot dismiss fears.

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By the way, last week, the controversy with the US over China’s surveillance balloons intensified. However, Beijing claims that the balloon was mainly used to collect weather data. It accidentally lost control and entered US airspace. However, the United States refuses to accept this demand. Since then, three more mysterious flying objects have been shot down in the United States and Canada.

Faced with this situation, China has stated that mysterious objects have been seen in its airspace. Beijing has not said anything about this object floating in the sea. However, fishermen in coastal areas have been warned. The Chinese administration also plans to shoot down this object very soon.

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