The Russian anti-air defense command released a video showing the downing of the unidentified flying object. The command stated that the Russian military shot down the UFO. It is incredible and surprising for a government to openly state that its military forces have shot down an extraterrestrial spacecraft. It is even more surprising for a government that is currently at war, where it is not uncommon for air defense systems to shoot down enemy aircraft, to claim that an unknown flying object was a UFO.
It is well known that there is aggression and war in Ukraine, and that aircraft, missiles, and projectiles fly back and forth every day. It is therefore even stranger that the unknown flying object is not immediately characterized as a possible enemy aircraft, but is immediately and directly characterized as an extraterrestrial object – specifically, a UFO.
The Ukrainian side has not commented on the incident, which occurred three days ago. The Russian side has stated that the UFO was a small object, in the shape of a ball, and that it was flying at an altitude of a mile above the earth when it was shot down.
There is no information on where the downed UFO fell, or whether Russian or Ukrainian forces have reached it. Could this be a new Roswell case?
Watch the video in this article and decide for yourself: is this a genuine extraterrestrial UFO, or is there a more convincing explanation?
Most well-known UFO encounters in Russia
The infamous “Roswell of Russia” event, which took place in 1989 near the town of Voronezh, is one of the most well-known UFO encounters in Russia.
A UFO reportedly landed in a park and numerous humanoid creatures emerged from it in front of a gathering of young children, according to accounts.
The event gained a lot of media coverage and was even the subject of a Soviet military investigation.
However, the youngsters had reportedly spotted a hot air balloon, according to the official explanation.
Many individuals continue to think that the Voronezh event was a real UFO encounter.
The Chelyabinsk meteor event
On February 15, 2013, a meteoroid above Russia’s Chelyabinsk region entered the Earth’s atmosphere.
The meteoroid had a diameter of 17 meters and a mass of around 10,000 metric tons.
It reached the Earth’s atmosphere at a speed of around 60,000 kilometers per hour.
The meteoroid started to fragment and unleash a huge quantity of energy as it moved through the atmosphere.
Both a shockwave and a dazzling flash of light were produced by the explosion, which was visible from a great distance away.
Buildings in the city of Chelyabinsk and its surroundings sustained various damages in addition to broken glass as a result of the shockwave.
The majority of the over 1,500 injuries were caused by flying glass.
The asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter was finally used to locate the meteoroid.
It was thought to be a piece of a much bigger asteroid that had broken off in the past, according to scientists.
The Chelyabinsk meteor incident, which was the biggest meteor hit in recent memory, received extensive media coverage.
Many people today do not believe the official explanation that this event was a passing meteor, believing that a UFO flew over the earth in this case as well. Watch the video in this article and decide for yourself: a meteor, or something else?
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