UFO or China Spy Balloon Over Laurel, Montana Feb 1, 2023, UFO Sighting News.


Date of sighting: Feb 1, 2023
Location of sighting: Laurel, Montana, USA
Source: MUFON

Guys this is awesome. A person filmed the moon and then to the far left of it was this white sphere. Now the US gov is calling this a Chinese spy balloon and refuses to shoot it down for unknown reasons, and they say its over 4 miles up. If its really that high, then this orb is over 30 meters across! Because the video shows is big, really big compared to the moon. I think the US gov is lying again and trying to blame China, but this looks like its alien tech to me. Remember the three orbs seen close up near the bay of the Shuttle Atlantis, recorded by an external shuttle camera? They look exactly the same! This is a UFO. Thats why they don't shoot it down, they don't want to attack an alien species, especially one that could wipe out the entire planet overnight. 
Scott C. Waring - Taiwan 

Eyewitness states: I happened to be fooling around on Flight Radar around 3 pm on 2/1 and noticed an interesting flight pattern by a USAF KC-10 about 50 miles south of where we saw the object (See screenshot). An hour later, I saw some chatter on local social media pages about "an object" in the sky and went outside to look. I was shocked by what I saw. The bright white orb appeared to be about 1/4 the size of the moon and just as bright. It was stationary and was a perfect sphere. It was behind some light cloud cover at times, and it appeared to remain in the same spot for at least two hours. My low-power binoculars didn't reveal any distinguishing features. I finally lost sight of it in the clouds and/or it disappeared as dusk settled into evening. Interestingly, our local airport (BIL) unexpectedly grounded/re-routed all flights for about 1.5 hours during this time period, with very limited explanation given. I don't know what the object is/was but it was like nothing I've ever seen and I'm 100% certain it was not a comet, rocket launch, drone, or weather balloon.


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