UFO Over Chinese Airport Is NOT A UFO – Relax!

by on July 15, 2010

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UFOI just started catching wind of thethe news on this newest international UFO incident and I have to say, it sure does look exciting.

Chinas Xiaoshan airport in Hangzhou stopped their operations last Wednesday, July 7th, around 8:30 p.m. after they caught this unidentified flying object (UFO) on their radar.

But for all the excitement and hope of the world, there are a select few that know a rocket launch gone awry when they see one. That’s what will come out of this when the ferver settles down.

I’ve seen a lot of rocket launches out of Vandenberg AFB and a few other locations over the years and despite a variability in the visuals, this is what they do. The rocket exhaust mixes with the atmosphere and has a party, so to speak.

In this particular case, it’s pretty expansive party! Zoinks! The contrails are usually whispy and twisty.

Sorry… I can’t wait until a massive UFO comes down to visit us. But there will still be one reality to it all – No matter what, we are all still going to have to go to work, pay our bills and live our lives like we have before the event. Things will just be a bit more exciting with new neighbors in the solar system.

For more up to the minute details, I’ve provided a quick link for your reference: Google Search for UFO over Chinese Airport

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