Heilongjiang 'UFO Debris' Actually from Rocket

By James Griffiths, May 19, 2014

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Authorities in Heilongjiang Province have identified objects which crashed to the ground late last week as parts from a carrier rocket or satellite

In a shock development, the debris, believed by many – including People's Daily – to be 'UFO parts' were not, in fact, from space. 

A statement from the China National Space Administration on Sunday said experts are coordinating with provincial authorities on the issue. 

[Image via CNS]


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