The US intelligence community released a long-awaited report on Friday concerning a series of mysterious flying objects seen in the past few decades moving within restricted military airspace.
In short, according to the report on Friday, there were few responses, but the unclassified documents released by the intelligence community marked the first time that the US government publicly acknowledged that one of these strange aerial sightings by naval pilots and others deserves legal review.
This report was able to explain the term “unidentified air phenomenon” of the Government at the end of the study, and examined some of the 144 reports. The researchers could not find evidence that the State represents life at the terrestrial end or the main technological advance by foreign hostels, such as Russia and China, but it is possible that it admits.
“We were able to identify one reported UAP with high confidence. In that case, we identified the object as a large, deflating balloon. The others remain unexplained,” the report says, using the Pentagon’s terminology for UFOs
“Of the 144 reports we are dealing with here, we have no clear indications that there is any non-terrestrial explanation for them — but we will go wherever the data takes us,” a senior US official said.
But investigators are also convinced that most sightings are “physical objects,” the official told reporters on Friday.
“We absolutely believe that what we are seeing is not just sensor artifacts. They are physical things,” the official said, noting that 80 of the reported incidents included data from multiple sensors. In 11 cases, pilots reported “near-miss”collisions with these strange objects.
Nonetheless, the nine-page report clearly states that more work is needed to identify these objects, because “the limited number of high-quality reports on unidentified flying phenomena (UAP) prevents us from obtaining information about their nature or intention The ability to draw firm conclusions. UAP”.
Researchers were particularly hindered by a small number of incidents. According to reports, UFOs appeared to exhibit “unusual flight characteristics”. The report stated that these observations “may be the result of sensor errors. Analysis is required.”
“Some UAPs seem to remain stationary in high winds, move against the wind, maneuver suddenly, or move at fairly high speeds, with no obvious propulsion method. In a few cases, military aircraft systems process radio frequency energy (RF) and UAP The sighting is related,” he said.
But despite this challenge, the report concluded that these objects “obviously pose a safety issue during flight and may pose a challenge to the national security of the United States.