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The U.S. test-fire submarine-launched intercontinental missile flew more than 8,000 kilometers, and there was an “abnormal celestial phenomenon”

The U.S. test-fire submarine-launched intercontinental missile flew more than 8,000 kilometers, and there was an "abnormal celestial phenomenon"

Warning map of missile tracks and landing areas released by the United States Source: social media

According to the U.S. website The Drive on February 9, a Trident II intercontinental ballistic missile was launched off the coast of Florida on February 9, flying 8,320 kilometers and falling into the Atlantic Ocean of western Africa.

Because the launch is located off the coast of Florida, many local residents have seen the comet-like trajectory of the Trident missile illuminate the night sky.

Curious residents shared this “abnormal celestial phenomenon” on social media.

However, unlike in the past, although U.S. officials previously released warning maps and confirmed that the test was carried out by nuclear submarines, they did not confirm whether the missile was launched by British nuclear submarines or by American nuclear submarines.

The trail of the “Trident II” missile flight taken by local residents Source: social media

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