The magical astronomical phenomenon was just over Beijing, or it was an anti-missile test.

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The magical astronomical phenomenon was just over Beijing, or it was an anti-missile test.

2018-04-28 00:25:07 102 ℃
On the evening of April 27, there was an amazing astronomical phenomenon in the sky in Beijing. A large number of netizens witnessed this magical light. Some netizens think this is a trail of meteors. However, this light is more like a trace of a missile test. Previously, there were similar magical images of netizens near Korla, Xinjiang, China. Later, it was confirmed that this is the astronomical phenomenon produced by China's midcourse anti-missile tests. After a spacecraft such as a rocket/missile flies into the atmosphere, the unburned propellant particles and the water remaining in the steam as a wake are concentrated and condensed, and then they will be taken off the horizon. The sun illuminates. Previously, there have been many similar miraculous phenomena in western China, and several times have been confirmed to be related to China's land-based midcourse anti-missile interception tests. According to a report issued by China's Ministry of National Defense, China conducted a land-based midcourse anti-missile interception test on February 5, 2018, and the test reached its expected target. If this is a land-based midcourse missile interception test, this will be the fourth such test. Only two months have passed since then. Conducting such an important military experiment in a short period of time will most likely indicate that China's land-based mid-course anti-missile systems have or will have actual combat capabilities. (All photos in this gallery are taken by netizens and the magical images appear over Beijing.)