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Interesting serie of GIFiles, exchanges of emails between Stratfor employees on an event really happened in China in 2010 wich has attract the attention on many interested to the UFOs theme.

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Re: [OS] CHINA/CSM- UFO shuts airport. Really.

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Re: [TACTICAL] [OS] CHINA/CSM- UFO shuts airport. Really.

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Email-ID    401591
Date    2010-07-13 07:14:20
From    [email protected]
To    [email protected], [email protected]
I've been to Area 51.

-----Original Message-----
From: "Nate Hughes" <[email protected]>
Sender: [email protected]
Date: Tue, 13 Jul 2010 03:03:25
To: Tactical<[email protected]>
Reply-To: [email protected], Tactical <[email protected]>

Subject: Re: [TACTICAL] [OS] CHINA/CSM- UFO shuts airport. Really.

Sean, stop trying to compete with fred for random ass shit.


This has been on the web since last week, speculation that it may have been a chinese ballistic missile test. Haven't seen convincing evidence/analysis of it, doesn't strike me as a successful one if it was...

-----Original Message-----
From: Sean Noonan <[email protected]>
Date: Mon, 12 Jul 2010 21:59:39
To: Tactical<[email protected]>
Reply-To: Tactical <[email protected]>

Subject: Re: [TACTICAL] [OS] CHINA/CSM- UFO shuts airport. Really.


Fred, a good CSM topic?

picture from Hangzhou:

ufo

Sean Noonan wrote:


UFO shuts airport. Really.


http://www.shanghaidaily.com/article/?id=442528&type=National
By Wang Xiang | 2010-7-9 | NEWSPAPER EDITION

EAST China's Hangzhou City shut down its Xiaoshan airport for one hour late Wednesday night after radar detected the hovering of ... something.

Airport officials called it an unidentified flying object.

The UFO showed up on the airport's radar at around 9pm. The airport authority immediately notified passengers to stop boarding and grounded all flights about to take off, Xinhua news agency reported yesterday.

The object forced many incoming flights to land in neighboring airports in cities of Ningbo and Wuxi. It also caused about four hours delay for flights taking off.

The UFO looked like a twinkling spot and disappeared very soon, Xinhua quoted a passenger on board an incoming plane who claimed he witnessed the object.

The Xiaoshan airport has resumed normal operations, its spokesman said. He refused to provide more details, saying an investigation was still going on.

An airport worker said the UFO was only visible to radars at the airport and none of the passengers or workers on the runway could have seen it with the naked eye.

But just hours before the airport shut down, many residents in Hangzhou said they witnessed a glowing object hovering in the afternoon sky and moving weirdly.

The object, glowing in golden light, was moving slowly toward the ground dragging a comet-like tail, said a city bus driver surnamed Yu. It changed track after moving downwards for about six minutes.

"The thing suddenly ran westwards fast, like it was escaping from something," Yu said.

Hangzhou meteorological authorities said what these people reported might have been sunlight reflected from regular airplanes.
Read more: http://www.shanghaidaily.com/article/?id=442528&type=National#ixzz0tWitwTAz

Zhejiang UFO still a mystery

Source: Xinhua | 2010-7-10 | NEWSPAPER EDITION
http://www.shanghaidaily.com/article/?id=442652&type=National

AVIATION experts were last night no nearer to identifying the unidentified flying object that disrupted air traffic over east China for an hour on Wednesday.

An investigation team, comprising police and aviation officials, were still trying to identify the UFO that was spotted over Zhejiang Province.

"No conclusion has yet been drawn," Wang Jian, head of air traffic control with the Zhejiang branch of the Civil Aviation Administration of China, said yesterday.

There was speculation the UFO might have been a private aircraft, based on the increasing number of privately-owned aircraft in the province. But an industry insider who declined to be named yesterday ruled that out.

Wang said the private plane was "just a guess."

Xiaoshan Airport in Hangzhou was closed after the UFO was detected at about 9pm on Wednesday, and some flights rerouted to Ningbo and Wuxi airports.

Read more: http://www.shanghaidaily.com/article/?id=442652&type=National#ixzz0tWj5ZA44

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Sean Noonan
Tactical Analyst
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Strategic Forecasting, Inc. www.stratfor.com
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www.stratfor.com
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Tactical Analyst
Mobile: ***
Strategic Forecasting, Inc. www.stratfor.com
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Sean Noonan
Tactical Analyst
Office: ***
Mobile: ***
Strategic Forecasting, Inc.
www.stratfor.com

Source: http://search.wikileaks.org/gifiles/?viewemailid=401591

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Re: [CT] CHINA/MIL - China UFO Sightings, Back-To-Back, Alarm Residents (VIDEO, POLL)

Released on 2013-09-10 00:00 GMT
Email-ID    1561375
Date    2010-07-16 22:09:18
From    [email protected]
To    [email protected], [email protected]

Yes, I'm also starting to wonder if something is up here.

Colby Martin wrote:


I would like to know if there are any explanations for this. watch
the video. it is the second sighting in the east of china. there have
only been four major sightings in china and now 2 in a week. maybe a
military thing? the gov is refusing to hand over radar of the first
incident claiming it stopped working when the airport was shutdown.


China UFO Sightings, Back-To-Back, Alarm Residents (VIDEO, POLL)
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/07/16/china-ufo-sightings-back_n_649244.html

First Posted: 07-16-10 01:26 PM | Updated: 07-16-10 01:56 PM

A second China UFO sighting has residents on edge, just seven days after
an unidentified flying object shut down a Chinese airport.

The new UFO sighting took place in Chongqing in eastern China on July
15. Witnesses told Shanghai Daily they saw the same thing: "four
lantern-like objects forming a diamond shape that hovered over the
city's Shaping Park for over an hour."

Like the one before it, there has been no official explanation to date
for this latest incident.

Last week, flights were diverted in Hangzhou -- also in eastern China --
after a mysterious object was seen hovering in the sky, People's Daily
reports.

State-run Xinhua News Agency quoted a head of air traffic control as
saying, "No conclusion has yet been drawn" about the UFO by the airport.

China Daily reported that a source with knowledge of the matter said
there was a military link but made no further comment.

UFO sightings in China are not as common as some places, and there have
been only a handful of well-publicized incidents in the last several
decades.

--
Sean Noonan
Tactical Analyst
Office: ***
Mobile: ***
Strategic Forecasting, Inc.
www.stratfor.com

Source: http://search.wikileaks.org/gifiles/?viewemailid=1561375

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Re: [CT] [OS] CHINA/CSM/CT/MIL- UFO scare prompts Chinese airport to shut down

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Email-ID    1953205
Date    2010-10-06 21:16:09
From    [email protected]
To    [email protected], [email protected]

This, unlike the one in Zhejiang is out in the middle of nowhere. I've
never heard of military testing in Inner Mongolia, but I wouldn't
surprised since it would be a good place for it.

Sean Noonan wrote:

[Probably more rocket/aircraft testing. Or Fred's buddies?]
UFO scare prompts Chinese airport to shut down


Wednesday, October 6th, 2010 at 1:03 pm | BNO News | 2 Comments
By BNO News
http://wireupdate.com/wires/10956/ufo-scare-prompts-chinese-airport-to-shut-down/

BEIJING, CHINA (BNO NEWS) -- A Chinese airport temporarily closed on
Tuesday amid fears that one of the passenger planes could collide with
an unidentified flying object (UFO) that was seen in the area, local
media reported on Wednesday.

The airport, located in Baotou of Inner Mongolia in the northern region
of China, shut down for approximately one hour and delayed the arrival
of three flights from Shanghai and Beijing. They flew in circles around
the airport until the airways were cleared and the UFO had disappeared.
Another two flights were diverted to Ordos and Taiyuan, which are nearby
cities.

According to reports, air traffic controllers spotted the UFO on a radar
but failed to make radio contact, which prompted them to warn airport
operations. "To guarantee security, aircraft had to land at secondary
airports. Otherwise, it may have led to collision," the Sun quoted a
spokeswoman as saying.

Tuesday's incident was the third such incident in China recently. In
July, Xioshan International airport in Zhejiang province was forced to
temporarily shut down because of a UFO sighting, although it was later
reported that the sighted object was part of a nearby military test.

In late June, another UFO sighting in Xinjiang province prompted similar
actions.

(Copyright 2010 by BNO News B.V. All rights reserved. Info:
[email protected])
--
Sean Noonan
Tactical Analyst
Office: ***
Mobile: ***
Strategic Forecasting, Inc.
www.stratfor.com
--
Sean Noonan
Tactical Analyst
Office: ***
Mobile: ***
Strategic Forecasting, Inc.
www.stratfor.com

Source: http://search.wikileaks.org/gifiles/?viewemailid=1953205

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Re: [CT] OMG! UFO! Or Maybe Not.

Released on 2013-09-10 00:00 GMT
Email-ID    1566467
Date    2010-07-21 13:38:01
From    [email protected]
To    [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]

so East Asia sees this too. The official line at the airport was that of
uncerntainty--interesting they'd rather have that than public knowledge of
missile testing.

scott stewart wrote:

Yup.


http://buzz.yahoo.com/buzzlog/93859?fp=1

OMG! UFO! Or Maybe Not.

by Mike Krumboltz
6 hours ago
432 Votes

Last week, the Web was aflutter over rumors that a UFO had been spotted
over Xiaoshan Airport in Hangzhou, China. There was even video that
showed, well, something, soaring high in the sky.

The Atlantic reports that Geoffrey Forden, a weapons expert from MIT,
has analyzed several of the alleged UFO videos. He has come to the
conclusion that a) what people saw in one of the videos wasn't a UFO,
but a rocket, and b) the same video wasn't taken anywhere near China. It
was shot near Kazakhstan.

CNN explains how "Forden used scientific theories to examine the images
of the flying object that he felt were not created with Photoshop."
Then, on a blog, Forden wrote: "It seems to me that a DF-21 [missile]
launch somewhere near Jiuquan and aimed at a point somewhere in the
eastern Gobi desert is the most likely cause of this 'UFO.'"

Here's where it gets a little tricky. As mentioned, there are actually
several "UFO over China" videos floating around on the Web. Some appear
to have been altered with photo-editing software, while some were not.

One of the videos making the rounds on the Web may have really been
taken at the airport on the night in question. But (there's always a
but), those photos are likely of a missile. The Atlantic writes
that "the likeliest scenario, it turns out, is that the Great Twinkling
Light of Hangzhou was actually a Chinese ballistic missile, the DF-21."

In other words, don't go calling the Men in Black just yet.

Scott Stewart
STRATFOR
Office: ***
Cell: ***
[email protected]
www.stratfor.com
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Sean Noonan
Tactical Analyst
Office: ***
Mobile: ***
Strategic Forecasting, Inc.
www.stratfor.com

Source: http://search.wikileaks.org/gifiles/?viewemailid=1566467

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Re: [CT] CHINA/MIL - China UFO Sightings, Back-To-Back,Alarm Residents (VIDEO, POLL)

Released on 2013-09-10 00:00 GMT
Email-ID    393511
Date    2010-07-16 22:15:24
From    [email protected]
To    [email protected], [email protected]
Military test aircraft

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From: Sean Noonan <[email protected]>
Sender: [email protected]
Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2010 15:09:18 -0500
To: CT AOR<[email protected]>
ReplyTo: CT AOR <[email protected]>
Cc: East Asia AOR<[email protected]>

Subject: Re: [CT] CHINA/MIL - China UFO Sightings, Back-To-Back, Alarm
Residents (VIDEO, POLL)


Yes, I'm also starting to wonder if something is up here.

Colby Martin wrote:

I would like to know if there are any explanations for this. watch
the video. it is the second sighting in the east of china. there have
only been four major sightings in china and now 2 in a week. maybe a
military thing? the gov is refusing to hand over radar of the first
incident claiming it stopped working when the airport was shutdown.


China UFO Sightings, Back-To-Back, Alarm Residents (VIDEO, POLL)
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/07/16/china-ufo-sightings-back_n_649244.html

First Posted: 07-16-10 01:26 PM | Updated: 07-16-10 01:56 PM

A second China UFO sighting has residents on edge, just seven days after
an unidentified flying object shut down a Chinese airport.

The new UFO sighting took place in Chongqing in eastern China on July
15. Witnesses told Shanghai Daily they saw the same thing: "four
lantern-like objects forming a diamond shape that hovered over the
city's Shaping Park for over an hour."

Like the one before it, there has been no official explanation to date
for this latest incident.

Last week, flights were diverted in Hangzhou -- also in eastern China --
after a mysterious object was seen hovering in the sky, People's Daily
reports.

State-run Xinhua News Agency quoted a head of air traffic control as
saying, "No conclusion has yet been drawn" about the UFO by the airport.

China Daily reported that a source with knowledge of the matter said
there was a military link but made no further comment.

UFO sightings in China are not as common as some places, and there have
been only a handful of well-publicized incidents in the last several
decades.

--

Sean Noonan
Tactical Analyst
Office: ***
Mobile: ***
Strategic Forecasting, Inc.
www.stratfor.com

Source: http://search.wikileaks.org/gifiles/?viewemailid=393511