UFO Causes Flight Delays In China
China Daily reports that Xiaoshan Airport (Hangzhou, capital of East China’s Zhejiang province) rerouted both inbound and outbound air traffic for several hours after detecting a UFO around 9 p.m. on July 7. A source “with knowledge of the matter” reportedly told China Daily that the source of the UFO had been determined, but that the information could not yet be released. A military connection is suspected.
Judging from photographs taken of the Hangzhou UFO, Technorati assumes that it was a failed attempt to reproduce the spiral light display technology demonstrated by Russian military engineers over Norway and, to a noticeably lesser extent, by the U.S. military over Australia, as we reported last month.