A Huge UFO Caused Chinese Airport To Shut For 56 Hours
According to the Chinese UFO experts, this UFO is an aircraft that's been stretched out in a delayed photo type of effect.
It will sound plausible and familiar to lots of people who have seen this type of camera effect before and probably have experienced it elsewhere.
We should look into the context of the screenshot because it's going to come down to the settings on this camera. In my view, people generally don't take a photo or a video on the fly with a timelapse setting in a rush. Smartphones do have that type of setting for sure but was this used at the time or left on by accident from the previous photos?
This is what I've found on this:
The original photo of the UFO above the Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport was taken by a witness on July 7, 2010 (Courtesy of Zhou Xiaoqiang).
Personally, it doesn't make sense that a UFO sighting occurs and straight after this UFO was sighted at the international airport in China the airport then shuts down for 56 minutes and many flights are cancelled.
Beijing Review quote:
Something unusual was happening on a quiet, clear night in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, on July 7 this year (meaning 2010). Because of sightings of an Unidentified Flying Object (UFO), more than 20 flights were postponed for 56 minutes at the city's Xiaoshan International Airport. Immediately the event was connected to alien spacecraft. Speculations and rumours were everywhere.
On July 14 (2010), a joint investigation group of experts from the Beijing UFO Research Society (BURS) and Shanghai UFO Research Center arrived in Hangzhou. They visited the airport and interviewed witnesses to collect as much information as possible.
On July 25, the group released its preliminary findings: There was no evidence the sightings were connected to alien spacecraft. But the possibility that the event had been caused by private or military aircraft activities could not be ruled out.
End of quote.
After looking up who owns the airport I've still not been able to find out who it is even though there has been a merger with Air China. Hong Kong international airport owns a 35% share of it.
Wikipedia has this in its "History" category about Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport:
On the evening of 9 July 2010, (it's actually 7th July Wikipedia is wrong) the airport was shut down for an hour when an unidentified flying object was detected. Flights were diverted to the nearby airports in Ningbo, Zhejiang and Wuxi, Jiangsu. Eighteen flights were affected. Though normal operations resumed four hours later, the incident captured the attention of the Chinese media and sparked a firestorm of speculation on the UFO's identity.
They (BURS - Beijing UFO Research Society) have some weight behind them when they have explanations and people do go to them for answers on such things but how did they come to this particular answer?
I'll admit that it's a good possibility of being an aircraft, almost a certainty but still not entirely certain. But it's also got indicators pointing to the possibility that it's a secret type of aircraft or a top secret drone maybe regardless of the lights. I suggest this because of the reaction to it by the airport staff hence the 56 hours of that airport being a no-go area! You can almost guarantee that it was the Chinese authorities that closed the airport and not a CEO or manager directive of the airport.
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Business Insider says it's the 8th so for in just 2010.
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