14 July 2010, JellyBean @ 5:49 pm

Xiaoshan Airport in Hangzhou in Eastern China was reportedly closed for four hours after a large, brightly lighted aerial object of unknown origin was seen and photographed. The People’s Daily Online in its July 9, 2010, English edition, quoted an unnamed airport spokesman, “Some flights were rerouted to airports in the cities of Ningbo and Wuxi. A source with knowledge of the matter told China Daily on Thursday that authorities had learned what the UFO was – after an investigation. But it was not the proper time to publicly disclose the information because there was a military connection, he said, adding that an official explanation is expected to be given on Friday, July 9.”

Further on July 10, 2010, OneIndia.com in New Delhi reported that an employee at Xiaoshan Airport in Hangzhou said the July 7, 2010, strange aerial object did not show up on the airport’s radar. “We should first find out how the craft owner got the approval to fly the object – even a fire balloon needs to get the authority’s permission before lifting off.” So far no official explanation has been given.

Now today on July 13, Neil Gould with Exopolitics Hong Kong sent me the following email and alleged photographs of the same aerial phenomenon over Hangzhou that closed the Xiaoshan Airport.

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