Recently, UFOs have been spotted in the skies of Canada and the United States. Last week, a Chinese “Spy Ballon” that was later shot down grabbed attention.
On February 10 and February 11, two unidentified flying objects were spotted and shot down, one in the Canadian sky and the other ten miles off the coast of Alaska.
Whenever we hear the term “UFO,” we automatically associate it with aliens, however, this is not always the case; moreover, the great majority of occurrences can be associated with more typical natural or man-made reasons
Anita Anand, Canada’s Minister of Defence, stated in a statement that
“the aircraft was flying at a height of roughly 40,000 feet and had illegally infiltrated Canadian airspace.”
More than 350 new reports of UFO encounters have been submitted to the US government since March 2021.
Colonel Cedric Leighton, a former US Air Force official, told CNN, He mentioned that there is a good chance the alleged UFO in Alaska is in reality a “weather balloon.”
The Chinese “spy balloon” had “connective capacity,” but this object did not.
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Some people are of opinion that these inexplicable flying objects are evidence of extraterrestrial life, whereas others think that they might be secret military aircraft or as-yet-unidentified natural occurrences.
The two confirmed UFO shootdowns over the airspace of the United States and Canada have initiated debates of conspiracy theories about an alien invasion that quickly took over social media.