Thursday, June 1, 2023

US and Canada monitor “unknown radar”

The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) explained that after the detection of the object, a special operation was authorized to monitor the trajectory of the device which at the moment does not represent a military threat.
Norad announced that it was conducting training operations to track down the track of an unknown radar flying over the state of Texas.
The organization established by Canada and the United States, which provides control and air defense to all of North America, explained in a statement that after the object was detected, an operation was carried out with a ship to visually investigate the situation.
“Norad Airport identified a small amateur aerial object ‘pico balloon’ and assessed that the object did not pose an immediate military threat or flight safety hazard,” he explained.
“Pitch Balloons” are small, ultra-light plastic flying objects in which transmitters or other types of electronic components can be suspended, and are frequently used to carry out meteorological research.
Norad explained that it “will continue to investigate and monitor the matter” and “in close coordination” with the US Federal Aviation Administration to ensure safety.
The event occurred a month and a half after the United States shot down a Chinese spy balloon that flew over its territory for several days, and which, according to Xi Jinping’s government, was part of a civilian mission to search for meteorological data.
The version that the government of Joe Biden received was not so strong, a situation that forced the relations of the two countries to the maximum.
As a result of this event, the United States raised control over its airspace and initiated several operations to destroy aircraft that were flying across the country.
For its part, in February, Canada also shot down an object of unknown origin that violated the country’s airspace and was flying at a high altitude, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced.
The plane was intercepted by Norad and shot down while flying over the Yucón, a territory to the north and bordering Alaska.
Canadian Defense Minister Anita Anand stated at the time that her country’s authorities did not know the origin of the flight, but all indications were that it was not operated by a foreign government.
Anand noted that neither the incident over the Yukon nor two others that were also released around the same time, off the coast of Alaska and over Lake Huron, on the US-Canada border, appear to be affiliated with foreign government entities.
The Minister of Defense also noted that attempts were made to suspend the remains of three unidentified flying objects.
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The objects found and recovered are the latest Canadian military incident, although their existence was only revealed after the February 4 shooting down of a Chinese surveillance balloon that flew over Canada and the United States.
Anand said the criminals were being rounded up for “operational” security reasons, though he declined to elaborate as to not provide “advantages” to his opponents. (Informatives).

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