What Are These Mysterious Objects Floating Over Kansas City?
It's like something out of "The X-Files."
"We honestly have no explanation for the floating objects over Kansas City," they tweeted.
There was also speculation that it was all part of Google's Project Loon, which uses large balloons to provide internet service in remote areas.
But Google reportedly shot that theory down.
Turns out, the most likely culprit seems to be a shadowy Pentagon body called the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), which tweeted that it had launched balloons as part of a flight test that began Monday.
Flight radar reportedly shows two of the balloons nearly 1,000 miles from where they started, passing over, yes, Kansas City.
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