NASA experiment that included the Trump alarm caused alarm

The authorities were called when a device that fell from the sky was found on Tuesday in New Jersey with an attached note that referred to Donald Trump and wished him a good game of golf.

& # 39; NOT A PUMP! & # 39 ;: Note attached to the NASA meteorological experiment that fell from the sky near Trump. Bedminister warned that it was not an explosive device and wished the president a "great round of golf."

  • Solar panel field employees reported finding the mysterious package on Tuesday
  • The box fell from the sky and landed in New Jersey, near the Trump golf course
  • Trump has been staying in Bedminster, where he is on summer vacation
  • The package turned out to be part of a NASA ozone measurement experiment
  • A summer student had written the note "in a wrong attempt to be cheerful"

Associated Press

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A suspicious package that fell from the sky over New Jersey caused some alarm because it contained a note mentioning President Donald Trump.

Employees of a solar panel field affiliated with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection in South Brunswick, New Jersey, reported finding the package on Tuesday at noon, NBC New York reported.

Authorities said in an alert that employees reported that the package had a parachute connected and that it had fallen from the sky. It was said that I was emitting a whistle & # 39; and I had a note attached.

The authorities were called when a device that fell from the sky was found on Tuesday in New Jersey with an attached note that referred to Donald Trump and wished him a good game of golf.

The authorities were called when a device that fell from the sky was found on Tuesday in New Jersey with an attached note that referred to Donald Trump and wished him a good game of golf.

The note said: "NASA's Atmospheric Investigation Instrument IS NOT A PUMP! & # 39; If this lands near the President, at NASA we wish him a great round of golf. "

Trump has been staying at his Bedminister golf club in New Jersey, which is 29 miles (47 kilometers) from where the balloon fell.

NASA told NBC New York that the package was one of six balloons that were launched to measure ozone and that they fell in random places.

He said a summer employee wrote the note in a "mistaken attempt to be cheerful" and that the student has been removed from the project.

Trump (pictured July 15 in Scotland) has been in Bedminster in New Jersey for his summer vacation. The device was found about 29 miles from the golf course

Trump (pictured July 15 in Scotland) has been in Bedminster in New Jersey for his summer vacation. The device was found about 29 miles from the golf course

Trump (pictured July 15 in Scotland) has been in Bedminster in New Jersey for his summer vacation. The device was found about 29 miles from the golf course

The device turned out to be part of a NASA experiment that measures ozone. NASA said the note was written by a summer student in a "wrong" attempt at humor

The device turned out to be part of a NASA experiment that measures ozone. NASA said the note was written by a summer student in a "wrong" attempt at humor

The device turned out to be part of a NASA experiment that measures ozone. NASA said the note was written by a summer student in a "wrong" attempt at humor

Several agencies including the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office, the New Jersey State Police Bombing Unit, the Kendall Park Fire Department and the Secret Service worked to resolve the situation.

The device was launched from a location owned by Rutgers University, although the student is not affiliated with the school.

There are no charges related to the incident.

So far, two of the experiment's globes have been recovered, one in the solar panel field and the other in Readington Township, near the Trump Bedminster Golf Club.

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