Meteorite in Puno, Peru Reported to be a U.S. Spy Satellite

(LIP-ir) — Peru’s RPP news reported today that according to the Russian daily, Pravda, what landed in Puno, Peru on Saturday August 15 was a North American spy satellite targeting Iran.

According to the Russian daily, Russian Military Intelligence Analysts reported that the U.S. spy satellite KH-13 was destroyed in its orbit with its main power generator surviving re-entry and crashing in Peru.

In addition, it was reported that the sicknesses caused in Puno were due to the radiation in the generator.

According to the daily, it would have been impossible for a meteorite to hit the ground, cause a 30 meter-crater and not have been recorded by seismic stations around the world.

Furthermore, Pravda reported that the U.S. destroyed the spy satellite themselves by having the United States Air Forces’ 30th Space Wing located at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California make the attack. Italian daily, Corriere della Sera published the same report.

Yesterday, Puno, Peru’s Regional Tourism Directorate announced that the area around the crater would be roofed and turned into a tourist attraction for all those that wanted to see the large crater.

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