NASA Attempts to Hide Huge 3-Mile UFO by Calling It a Meteor – It Was Spotted Over the Bering Sea

NASA is trying to hide the existence of this 3-5 mile long UFO, saying it is the result of a meteor crashing into the water this week over the Bering Sea, causing an explosion.

They couldn’t conceive of a more compelling cause for this gigantic UFO to be flying over the sea.

As reported by Yahoo News:

“The explosion would discharge about 173 kilotons of energy, more than 10 times that of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima during World War II.”

Indicates that we should see a 30-60 mile radius explosion, but we don’t. There doesn’t seem to be any kind of explosion! It appears to be an unidentified flying object three miles long.

They came up with the explanation that it was a meteor, as the huge UFO was seen on global radars and weather satellites.

Isn’t it true that a meteor moving at such high speed through the atmosphere would leave a trail of heat behind it?

I’m sure the instruments will go haywire and malfunction until we leave the area if we send ships there to investigate.


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