WASHINGTON, FEBRUARY 14 – The unidentified flying object shot down over Canadian skies on Saturday was a “small metal balloon with a load tied under it”. This was revealed by a note from the Pentagon sent today to Congress and which CNN has read. The object had previously been described, including by the Canadian government, as having a cylindrical shape. In the note, officials also speak of those destroyed above Alaska and on Lake Huron, in Michigan. Of the first they write that “after the impact it slowly descended towards the sea”, the other is described as “the size of a small car”, therefore much smaller than the Chinese spy balloon. (HANDLE).
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