Following consecutive sightings last year in Hangzhou and Chongqing, an unidentified flying object (UFO) was reported above Shanghai and Beijing at the same time on August 20.
The “colossal unidentified glowing ball” was first sighted around 9 p.m. last Saturday above Shanghai by a Chinese civil aviation pilot who was flying China Southern Airlines flight CZ655 from Shanghai to Changchun. . . .
. . . “[The object] expanded from small to big and was spherical in shape. It was hundreds of times larger than the moon and its diameter seemed to reach 50 sea miles (92.6 kilometers),” the pilot wrote on Weibo.
The pilot added that the UFO faded gradually after hovering above Shanghai for about 20 minutes. . . .
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