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NASA Set to Unveil Findings of 'Unexplained Aerial Phenomena'

Published September 21, 2023
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This Thursday, NASA, the United States space agency, will present findings from its awaited study on Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAPs), previously known as Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs). This crucial report results from a review initiated last year, examining evidence concerning these elusive aerial phenomena.

The topic has always stimulated public fascination, despite mainstream science's long-time reluctance to address it. In May, a preliminary report was shared by an independent team of 16 researchers, stating that existing data and eyewitness reports were insufficient for concrete conclusions. This fact is unlikely to change based on Thursday's report, but it could mark the advent of a new mission for the renowned Space Agency.

In the past, NASA has focused on discrediting earthbound sightings while proactively seeking out signs of ancient microbial life or intelligent civilizations elsewhere through its probes and rovers. Data collected over 27 years documents over 800 "events," about 2-5% of which are possibly anomalous, as stated during the May meeting. These anomalies are characterized as occurrences beyond immediate understanding by observers or sensors or as phenomena behaving in unusual ways.

The US government has shown increased seriousness toward UAPs recently, primarily due to concerns over potential foreign surveillance links. NASA's investigations, drawing upon unclassified material, remain distinctly separate from Pentagon's, although the two entities are in collaboration over scientific tools and methods application.

This month, a former US intelligence officer gained attention for his claim before a congressional committee that he firmly believes the government possesses unidentified anomalous phenomena and the remains of presumed alien operators.

The unveiling of alleged bodies of two "non-human" entities during a congressional hearing in Mexico earlier this week also contributed to the global dialogue on UAPs, provoking shock, disbelief, and mockery on social media platforms.

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