Searches for the objects shot down last weekend over Alaska, the Yukon and Lake Huron have been suspended.
Last Friday, days after the Feb. 4 downing of a Chinese spy balloon off the coast of South Carolina, an unknown object was shot down off the coast of Alaska. The next day, another unknown object was downed in Canada over the Yukon. On Sunday, an object was shot down over Lake Huron.
Despite the furor over the mysterious objects, the search for those downed in the U.S. is ending unsuccessfully, U.S. Northern Command said Friday in a statement on Twitter.
“U.S. Northern Command recommended that search operations conclude today near Deadhorse, Alaska, and on Lake Huron, as search activities have discovered no debris from airborne objects shot down on Feb. 10 and Feb. 12, 2023,” the statement said.
“The U.S. military …