- China surprises the world with the "Death Angel

China surprises the world with the "Death Angel

Video footage taken in the skies of the Chinese capital Beijing and in the northern regions of Inner Mongolia and Shanxi Province showed what appeared to be a highly secret Chinese military test of a supersonic nuclear fighter. The videos show a bright misty tail in the sky, much like what SpaceScape's Space Falcon 9 rocket launched at the time of its recent launch.
Although Chinese officials have not said anything about military tests, two bloggers linked to the Chinese armed forces have claimed that the phenomenon, the bright foggy tail, was caused by the Chinese fast-moving nuclear propeller "DFZF". At the same time, everyone who saw this phenomenon was believed to be caused by a flying saucer, according to comments on social media, according to the newspaper "Sun" British. The Pentagon has named the combat vehicle the code name "WU-14" before the Chinese Ministry of Defense and National Security unveils it in 2014. Since 2014, this seven-speed supersonic combat vehicle has been tested before being first seen, on Thursday, the time the footage was taken. Previously, the vehicle was launched from a satellite launch base in Taiyuan, Shanxi Province, north of the country, also known as "Base 25".
Since no Chinese vehicle or satellite was launched on Thursday, the projections confirmed that the footage indicated that this was the eighth test of the sliding nuclear vehicle. The information available on the DFZF is that it is 5 to 10 times faster and is expected to be operational by 2020. The super-speed vehicle poses a threat to any country in the world, and missiles and nuclear weapons on board can hit their targets in a short time. US intelligence officials believe that this vehicle has enabled it to strike with precision, without even the most sophisticated missile defense devices intercepting it.
The Pentagon tested an unmanned drone, 20 times faster than in 2011, but crashed a few minutes after it took off.

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