NASA will make a concerted push into Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena research following the release of an independent report that found no evidence of extraterrestrial intelligence behind unexplained sightings.
UAP (previously known as UFOs) have been reported for decades, capturing the imaginations of writers, the media and the public. Often, the most credible reports of unusual phenomena come from military or civilian pilots. In June, NASA’s independent UAP study panel found most sightings of strange aerial objects could be explained without reporting that it was an “alien” encounter.
On Thursday, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson again emphasised this point, saying the independent study team could find no evidence of extraterrestrial origins of UAP.
But that doesn’t mean all UAP could be explained either.
“There is a lot more to learn,” Nelson said.
“The NASA independent study team did not find any evidence that UAP have an extraterrestrial origin. But we don’t know what these UAP are.”
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