The U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) has been investigating reports of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) for some time now, and the Pentagon’s recent decision to establish an All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office to track reports of unidentified flying objects has recently gained traction in the news. This new office has received “several hundreds” of new reports, and the recent sighting of an unknown object over Montana yesterday has generated a lot of speculation.
Was the Reported UFO a Chinese Spy Balloon Floating Over Montana?
Initial reports suggested that the unidentified object may have been a Chinese spy balloon, as it had similar characteristics to balloons previously used by the Chinese military for surveillance purposes. The Chinese government, however, has denied any involvement and has expressed confusion regarding the mysterious object. This only adds to the speculation surrounding the new office, and its investigation into unidentified aerial phenomena.
It is widely believed that the increased activity of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) could be due to advanced American technology being tested in secret. The U.S. military has long been known to use advanced technology for its military operations, so it is not surprising that the Pentagon is taking the matter seriously. Some experts also suggest that the activity of UFOs could be related to alien activity, but this is yet to be confirmed. However, another theory was that many UFOs were really unknown spy technology from other countries, Pentagon’s recent confirmation that the unknown object over Montana yesterday was indeed a Chinese spy balloon brings more validity to those theories.
Why Didn’t Pentagon Shoot Down the Chinese Spy Balloon?
At this stage, it is difficult to determine the exact purpose, and origin of these unidentified flying objects. However, the Pentagon’s recent acknowledgment of the Chinese spy balloon indicates that they are taking the matter seriously due to the implications of national security.
According to reports Pentagon decided not to shoot down the object due to the risks of debris falling from the sky over the city. Of course the big question here is what intel did China get before their spy tech was discovered?