The United States finds no evidence that air sightings are alien spacecraft: New York Times | Space News
The new intelligence report stated that there is no evidence that the UFOs observed by the Navy in recent years resemble aliens.
US intelligence officials have found no evidence that the unidentified flights observed by naval pilots in recent years resemble alien spacecraft, but these sightings are still not explained in a highly anticipated government report.
The New York Times on Thursday quoted senior government officials who heard a briefing on the report submitted to Congress this month as saying that the report also found that the vast majority of incidents recorded in the past two decades did not originate from any U.S. military or other advanced US government technology.
Of the more than 120 sightings reviewed in the Confidential Intelligence Research of the Pentagon Task Force, many were reported by U.S. Navy personnel, while some involved foreign troops, The Times.
The newspaper said that US intelligence officials believe that the experimental technology of hostile countries can explain at least part of the aerial phenomenon.
A senior U.S. official who asked not to be named heard the briefing of the report. He said that U.S. intelligence and military officials were worried that China or Russia might be experimenting with hypersonic technology.
The paper said that the non-confidential version of the report expected to be submitted to Congress by June 25 has few other conclusions.
The upcoming report has aroused public fascination with UFOs in recent weeks. UFO enthusiasts are expected to discover sightings of unknown reasons. Many believe that the government has been trying to discredit or cover up for decades.
However, a senior US official quoted in the Times article stated that the ambiguity of the report means that the government cannot clearly rule out theories that these unknown phenomena may be extraterrestrial natural phenomena.
The government’s Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) task force was created after military pilots made extensive observations of unknown aerial objects that exhibit peculiar speed and maneuverability, seeming to ignore the limitations of known technology and physical laws.
Sue Gough, a spokesman for the Pentagon, said that the task force, led by the Navy, was established last year to “improve understanding and insight into the nature and origin of UAP’s invasion of our training range and designated airspace.”
She said such incidents are worrisome due to security and national security impacts.
In response to a question from Reuters about the working group report, Goff said in an email: “We will not discuss the details of UAP observations, working groups or inspections publicly.”
Since December 2017, the term “unidentified flying object” or UFO has long been associated with the idea of ??alien spacecraft, but in official government language, UAP (short for UFO) has largely been Is replaced.
At that time, the Pentagon publicly admitted for the first time in an article in the New York Times that its fighter planes and ships encountered UAP records and its efforts to catalog them, marking decades of publicly treating this subject as taboo. change.