The weather service of Kansas City lingers with mysterious white spheres

& # 39; Mars has to pay for a wall & # 39 ;: Kansas City weather service lingers in mysterious white atmospheres while people make jokes that it's a STRANGE INVASION

  • Unusual white spheres were spotted over Kansas City on Thursday evening
  • The team of meteorologists went to Twitter to draw attention to the atmospheres, to post a photo online and to add that they & # 39; no explanation & # 39; had for the small orbs
  • Social media users were quick to draw their own conclusions, ranging from stray weather balloons, to space balloons, to an inevitable alien invasion.
  • Others were also quick to have more fun with Roberto Sada & # 39; s message that he would hide in his bathroom while watching Netflix until the alien invasion was over
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The weather service from Kansas City remained behind on Thursday, after two mysterious white spheres appeared in the air without explanation.

The team of meteorologists went to Twitter to draw attention to the atmospheres, to post a photo online and to add that they & # 39; no explanation & # 39; had for the small orbs.

& # 39; We honestly have no explanation for the floating objects above Kansas City, & # 39; said the National Weather Service, where reports from UFO & # 39; s quickly went viral.

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The team of meteorologists went to Twitter to draw attention to the atmospheres, to post a photo online and to add that they & # 39; no explanation & # 39; had for the small orbs. & # 39; We honestly have no explanation for the floating objects above Kansas City, & # 39; said the National Weather Service, where reports from UFO & # 39; s quickly went viral

The team of meteorologists went to Twitter to draw attention to the atmospheres, to post a photo online and to add that they & # 39; no explanation & # 39; had for the small orbs. & # 39; We honestly have no explanation for the floating objects above Kansas City, & # 39; said the National Weather Service, where reports from UFO & # 39; s quickly went viral

The team of meteorologists went to Twitter to draw attention to the atmospheres, to post a photo online and to add that they & # 39; no explanation & # 39; had for the small orbs. & # 39; We honestly have no explanation for the floating objects above Kansas City, & # 39; said the National Weather Service, where reports from UFO & # 39; s quickly went viral

Social media users were quick to draw their own conclusions, ranging from stray weather balloons, to space balloons, to an inevitable alien invasion.

While several observers suggested that the objects were balloons from Project Loon, a project where balloons at high altitudes are part of a plan to provide internet access to rural and remote areas.

But others were quick to enjoy it more, with Roberto Sada writing that he would hide in his bathroom while watching Netflix until the alien invasion was over.

Scott Jenkins joked: & # 39; We must let Mars pay for a wall. & # 39;

The mysterious white spheres in the sky above Kansas City are circled in red
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The mysterious white spheres in the sky above Kansas City are circled in red

The mysterious white spheres in the sky above Kansas City are circled in red

Social media users quickly enjoyed it, and Roberto Sada wrote that he would hide in his bathroom while watching Netflix until the alien invasion was over
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Social media users quickly enjoyed it, and Roberto Sada wrote that he would hide in his bathroom while watching Netflix until the alien invasion was over

Social media users quickly enjoyed it, and Roberto Sada wrote that he would hide in his bathroom while watching Netflix until the alien invasion was over

Another suggested that Dorothy, from the Wizard of Oz, finally came home.

Josh Billinson said: & # 39; The aliens are going to make the first contact and we will have to explain immediately why Kansas City is in Missouri and not in Kansas. & # 39;

Jon Stables offered a more serious suggestion, claiming that he had seen the bulbs with his binoculars, and confirmed that they were shiny, translucent balloons.

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Scott Jenkins joked: & # 39; We must let Mars pay for a wall & # 39;

Scott Jenkins joked: & # 39; We must let Mars pay for a wall & # 39;

Scott Jenkins joked: & # 39; We must let Mars pay for a wall & # 39;

DARPA balloons

The purpose of the Adaptable Lighter Than Air (ALTA) program is to develop and demonstrate a lighter than air vehicle at high altitudes that is capable of navigating through the wind over extended ranges.

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The balloons can fly at heights of more than 75,000 feet.

Although they do not have independent propulsion, the ALTA vehicle is designed to navigate by changing altitude and thus taking advantage of different wind profiles.

The theory of Stables is consistent with local reports that the orbs were actually DARPA balloons,

The balloons are part of a project of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency project, in which & # 39; light-then-air & # 39; vehicles are tested that can fly at high altitudes.

The US Department of Defense seemed to confirm that this was the case for the Gizmondo website, which wrote: & # 39; On June 18, DARPA launched three balloons from Cumberland, Maryland, in a flight test for the Adaptable Lighter Than Air program, & # 39;

Add: & # 39; ALTA shows opportunities for wind-bridged navigation of a lighter than air vehicle across extended ranges. & # 39;

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