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Some residents from across the Panhandle noticed an addition to the night sky Saturday.

"We have had reports that there was something in the sky," a Donley County Sheriff's Office employee confirmed. "We were thinking it might have been a weather balloon."

"We've been getting a lot of calls, too," said Steve Bilodeau, a hydrometeorological technician with the National Weather Service office in Amarillo.

But don't be alarmed, he said. It didn't appear that the object slowly floating through the Panhandle skies was an alien spacecraft.

"It's something, but it's not one of ours," Bilodeau said, regarding speculation the object was a weather balloon.

Instead, NWS officials, who also viewed the object, said it appeared to have been a retrievable balloon launched from Fort Sumner, N.M., by NASA.

Whatever the object was, it was floating southeast across the region and people from Amarillo, Dawn, Clarendon and Childress called to report it.

The balloon is similar to a weather balloon, but unlike the NWS balloons, it is actually remote-controlled, can adjust its own speed and performs a variety of instrument readings, Bilodeau said.

The last balloon that was launched from Fort Sumner and landed in the Panhandle turned out to be the size of a boxcar, he said.

Normally, it's difficult to see the balloons because they're 35,000 to 40,000 feet in the air.

"You have to have the right reflection to even see them," he said.

- Staff writer Janelle Stecklein



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