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UFO Spotted in Moscow Region Sky
3.09.2007 15:43
UFO Spotted in Moscow Region Sky

Crews of two passenger aircraft, TU-134 and Boeing-737, spotted two unknown flying objects supposedly, big balloons, in the sky of the Moscow Region. Despite the unusual finds, flights of the two planes were not interrupted.
      The crew of TU-134 of the air company Aeroflot-Nord was the first to notice the flying balloons at a height of 2100 metres. This happened not far from Sheremetyevo Airport in Moscow at around 6.36pm Moscow time, September 2. Eight minutes later the crew of Boeing-737 of the air company Transaero noticed a flying red balloon at a height of 4500 metres.
      According to the Ministry of Transport, now the officers of the air traffic organization and management department are making inspection upon the fact of spotting of two unknown objects in the flying zone of the Moscow Region.


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