A blue metallic object that was clearly not of this world. It's brilliant sheen accentuated the desolation of the treeless wilderness surrounding it where it had crash landed near the village of Adoz . It resembled a saucer with three horizontal tail planes. A two-seater judging by its ten-by-eight-meter size. The two open bulges on what appeared to be the cockpit corroborated this. The body was split open diagonally from te rear of the cockpit to the tail, such that it was difficult to believe the aircraft had crash-landed safly. The landing had not put on single mark on the craft. The enemy aircraft was not equipped with an energy shield but was made of a super-dense alloy.