Search ends for two unidentified aerial objects shot down by US

The U.S. Northern Command has decided to end its search for

two objects it shot down in February 2023 . Effectively a 'search aborted', it is highly likely that equipment associated with the downed object will not be recovered and analyzed.

US Calls Off Search for Unidentified Objects It Shot Down - The New York Times

US ends its search for remnants of aerial objects shot down over Alaskan airspace and Lake Huron

Northern Command decided to end the search for the object shot down over Deadhorse, Alaska on February 10, 2023, and the object shot down over Lake Huron off the coast of Michigan on February 12, 2023.

The Northern Command said in a statement that the U.S. military, along with federal agencies and Canada, conducted systematic searches across the country using aerial images, sensors and scanners, but were unable to identify the debris. .

Especially in Deadhorse, Alaska, poor sea conditions reportedly hampered the search.

The search for the Chinese reconnaissance balloon that was shot down over the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of South Carolina on February 4 has ended, and the recovered parts have been taken to the FBI laboratory for analysis.

The US military shot down a Chinese reconnaissance balloon that crossed US airspace, the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs protested - GIGAZINE

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