On July 9, a UFO (or some secret military aircraft?) shutdown China's Xiaoshan Airport for an hour.
Well, apparently they're at it again: on September 13, a large glowing object halted operations at the Baotou airport in China's Inner Mongolia, preventing planes from landing for over an hour -- as a safety precaution, mind you, not that the UFO was doing anything mean. No one has any idea what the UFO may actually have been, but it is theorized it was either a natural phenomenon known as sprites or, most likely, a misidentification of a Chinese military test.
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