CHINESE experts can't fully explain the two glowing unidentified flying objects which appeared to be rushing at high speed toward Shenzhou-9 spacecraft shortly after its launch on Saturday. . . .
By Yang Jian
By Yang Jian
. . . It has been confirmed that the objects were recorded by one infrared video camera monitoring the launch and were spotted on a screen at a control center in Beijing about four minutes after the Long March-2F rocket had blasted off from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China's Gansu Province.
The rocket had just shed its nose cone when they were seen heading toward the rocket before flying past and vanishing two seconds later.
Many television viewers saw the objects during a live broadcast on state TV.
"They couldn't be planes, meteors, birds or separated parts from the rocket," Wang Sichao, an astronomer and UFO expert at the Nanjing Purple Mountain Observatory of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, said in an early assessment. . . .
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