After 24 hours of silence the authorities only reported that it was not a spy machine
More than 24 hours after the incident, the United States has released no information about the new “unidentified flight” that took off on Friday in Alaska, North of the Arctic Circle.
It remains to be added that the cylindrical objects, silver in color, did not appear to have any means of propulsion, nor did they appear to be any machines for doing the work of exploration. Perhaps the best summary was given by retired Air Force Lt. Gen. David Deptula, who in an interview with the television station called the whole incident “more complicated”.
The US government has not reported that they have found the remains of the ship that crashed into the pack ice, which is the sheet of ice that covers the Arctic Ocean at this time of year. Nor did the direction reveal that the “object” was being followed, that it had the size of a “small car”, which, translated into US car dimensions, would probably mean, in Europe, a medium-sized car.
The shooting took place over the northern coast of Alaska, about 50 kilometers west of the Prudhoe Bay oil field and about 200 kilometers on the eastern border with Canada’s Yukon Territory. Between the demolition and the center of Canada there is only one population: the town of Kaktovik. It is one of the most isolated communities in all of North America, with about 250 residents who live primarily by fishing for whales, beluga whales and arctic narwhals, as well as the hundreds of thousands of caribou that migrate through each summer. South
The fact that the space is removed does not mean that it has interest. The object was shot over one of the largest unexplored oil fields in America, and when it fell just above Bullen Point, where the US radar used from 1957 to 1994 to monitor the possible arrival of Soviet atomic missiles through the Arctic (if an atomic war broke out between the United States, the missiles his targets will go through the North Pole, because that is the shortest route).
The alien flying object was also near the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, which since 1978 has carried oil from Prudhoe Bay to the Valdez terminal in southern Alaska.
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