Hey Space Placers!
Credit: To The Stars Academy of Arts & Sciences via CNN
In my day over half a century ago it was "Project Blue Book" and Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) that described the thousands of sightings regarding things seen in the sky that could not be readily explained.
I was very active in my teens following UFOs, seeing a couple of things in the sky I couldn't explain, and being a member of two legitimate UFO research organizations, APRO and NICAP.
The term "UAP" - Unidentified Aerial Phenomena - is now used to describe "sightings that cannot be explained".
A report is due out soon for the US Senate Intelligence Committee which should make for interesting reading.
Last Sunday "60 Minutes" did a feature story on UAPs which is worth watching as is the "60 Minutes Overtime" segment talking with two Naval Aviators about their amazing 2014 UAP sighting.
Bottom Line: UAPs are real enough to be considered a National Security Threat. But WHAT they are remains to be seen. The U.S. Navy has acquired enough real and hard data to potentially answer that question.
Sky Guy In VA
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