The Pentagon released a video of a reported UFO flying at a high rate of speed in the vicinity of Air Force MQ-9 Reaper drones that "showed some really interesting things that everyone thought was truly anomalous."

The object flew over South Asia earlier this year and appeared to have a propulsion trail, but it was later determined to be a "sensor artifact," Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick explained.

It was the second of two videos that the director of the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) showed lawmakers during the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Emerging Threats and Capabilities hearing on April 19.

The first was an "unresolved" UAP – unidentified anomalous phenomena, which is the government-created word for UFO – in an active conflict zone in the Middle East in 2022.

"Why am I showing you this?" Kirkpatrick told lawmakers. "This is the kind of data we have to work with and the type of analysis we have to do, which can be extensive when you have to pull these apart frame by frame."

"Further, we're now matching all of this with models of all those imaging sensors so that I can recreate this. I can actually show how the sensor going to respond."

Kirkpatrick showed an infographic during his presentation with information about the 2023 UFO sighting in South Asia that he said is "resolved."

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