UFO or Chinese spy balloon over Montana?

On February 1st, 2023, a UFO sighting was reported in Laurel, Montana. According to the witness, the object appeared as a stationary, bright white orb about a quarter of the size of the moon, and was visible for at least two hours. The witness also mentioned that the local airport (BIL) unexpectedly grounded or re-routed all flights for about 1.5 hours during this time period, with limited explanation given.

Chinese spy balloon?

The sighting has gained attention due to the recent discovery of a suspected Chinese surveillance balloon flying over U.S. airspace. The U.S. government has stated that they have “very high confidence” that the balloon is Chinese and that it was flying over sensitive sites, including Montana, which houses one of the country’s three nuclear missile silo sites located at Malmstrom Air Force Base, to collect information. The decision to not shoot the balloon down was made over concerns of hurting people on the ground.

This incident has added further strain to the already heightened tensions between the U.S. and China. The U.S. government has not officially commented on the UFO sighting, leaving many to speculate about the true nature of the object and its relation to the Chinese balloon.

Witness report about this strange UFO sighting

The witness report of the UFO sighting, combined with the unexpected grounding of flights, has sparked the interest of the public and raises questions about the possibility of foreign surveillance or even extraterrestrial activity. However, until the U.S. government provides further information, the true identity of the object remains unknown.

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  1. Why can’t they grab with a hook hanging from a Copter like they do on recuperating probe they launched in space? Oh! I see! The US is doing the same thing over there!!

  2. Haha! What a silly explanation. Let’s ground all flights from the airport, oh but we aren’t going to shoot it down because it’s a balloon.

    1) If it’s hovering stationary it isn’t a balloon, balloons move with the wind
    2) If it was a balloon, it is likely a small lightweight object that won’t hurt anyone if shot down
    3) Why would the Chinese need to use balloons to spy on anyone, when satellite photography is so well developed, with images having up to centimetre resolution?

    What’s a more reasonable explanation?

    1) Hovering stationary in wind? Sounds like a UAP with a controlled propulsion system.
    2) If it was a UAP, yes you can’t shoot it down, the craft is protected with energy/gravity shielding
    3) A similar incident happened over Xiaoshan Airport in China, wherein all flights were grounded due to a UAP

    People are tired of the old balloon explanation, so many have done CE-5 Contact and actually summoned the UAPs to fly overhead. It’s 2022, and we are not some stupid people from the 1960s; We have an understanding of quantum physics and have an idea of how it can be applied on a macroscale.

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