NASA IS INVESTIGATING UFOS, BUT NOT FOR THE REASON YOU THINK | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

NASA IS INVESTIGATING UFOS, BUT NOT FOR THE REASON YOU THINK

During an interview with CNN, NASA’s newly appointed administrator Bill Nelson expressed interest in finding out what these flying objects that have appeared in Navy pilot videos are all about.

NASA has long stayed out of discussions regarding unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), but now it seems that the space agency is forced to take part in the conversation, which could lead to removing the stigma over researching this aerial mystery.

The government report on UAPs is due to be delivered by June 25.

The report is a result of the Intelligence Authorization Act, which was enacted in December 2020 to call for the release of an unclassified and all-sources report on unidentified aerial phenomenon (UAP) — the official military term used for unidentified flying objects.

The act was included in the mammoth appropriations bill that also included financial aid checks for people living with the economic fallout from Covid-19.

As the public anxiously waits for its delivery, spokespeople from the Department of Defense have been releasing surprising statements authenticating grainy footage of UAP caught by Navy pilots.

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