No Evidence Mystery UFOs Are Alien Spacecraft : Report.

No Evidence Mystery UFOs Are Alien Spacecraft: Report

There is no evidence that UFOs spotted by US military personnel are Aliens Spacecraft.

United States:

There is no evidence that unexplained aerial phenomena spotted in recent years by US military personnel are aliens, an upcoming government report quoted by The New York Times Thursday said, but officials still can't explain the mysterious aircraft.

The newspaper, which cited senior administration officials briefed on the findings of the highly anticipated report, said they were able to confirm the unusual vessels were not the product of secret Pentagon technology.

But the review of more than 120 incidents over the past two decades was unable to explain the mysterious movements of the craft, which include unusual acceleration, direction changes and the ability to rapidly submerge.

And while senior officials told the Times the lack of clear findings means that while there's no evidence of alien technology behind the phenomena, it's also impossible to rule out.

One senior official briefed on the report said intelligence and military officials increasingly worry the phenomena could be China or Russia experimenting with hypersonic technology.

The upcoming report -- expected to be released to Congress by June 25 -- will have a classified annex, officials told the Times, which will likely fuel speculation that aliens are actually behind the encounters.

The Pentagon last year released videos taken by US Navy pilots showing in-flight encounters with the unusual aircraft.

And the mystery was further drummed up by former officials with access to classified intelligence.

"What is true -- and I'm actually being serious here -- is that there's footage and records of objects in the skies that we don't know exactly what they are," former president Barack Obama told "The Late Late Show" last month.

The US military no longer describes them as unidentified flying objects, or UFOs, instead using the term "unidentified aerial phenomena."

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)

NDTV News

NDTV.com provides latest news from India and the world. Get today’s news headlines from Business, Technology, Bollywood, Cricket, videos, photos, live news coverage and exclusive breaking news from India.

https://www.ndtv.com/

Related news
Clashes erupt between Palestinians and Jewish settlers in Jerusalem’s Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood.

Clashes erupt between Palestinians and Jewish settlers in Jerusalem’s Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood.

Clashes erupted between Palestinians and Jewish settlers in the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood of East Jerusalem on Monday night (June 21). Israeli police used force to the prevent the fight between two groups in which chairs and stones were thrown. ...

Supreme Court Doesn’t Buy NCAA Legal Argument In Antitrust Case.

Supreme Court Doesn’t Buy NCAA Legal Argument In Antitrust Case.

The Supreme Court ruled that the NCAA cannot stop universities from giving athletes education-related benefits. NBC News’ Pete Williams explains how this could affect student athletes being paid. » Subscribe to NBC News: » Watch more NBC video: NB...

Southeast Hit By Tropical Storm Claudette

Southeast Hit By Tropical Storm Claudette

Alabama’s Governor has declared a state of emergency in eight counties so residents can rebuild. The severe weather is responsible for at least 12 deaths. More extreme weather also hit the Midwest, giving a dangerous warning for the start of the s...

A-list celebrities helping launch film and TV school in Los Angeles.

A-list celebrities helping launch film and TV school in Los Angeles.

George Clooney, Kerry Washington, Don Cheadle, Mindy Kaling and other stars are coming together to help launch a public film school in Los Angeles in an effort to increase diversity in Hollywood. CBS Los Angeles' Hermela Aregawi has the details. C...

Christian group considered 'too Republican' for IRS tax-exemption.

Christian group considered 'too Republican' for IRS tax-exemption.

IRS claims that Bible teachings are tied to GOP candidates; Christians Engaged founder Bunni Pounds, First Liberty attorney Lea Patterson and Fox News contributor Jason Chaffetz react on 'Fox News Primetime.' #FoxNews #FoxNewsPrimetime Subscribe t...

Raiders' Carl Nassib becomes first active NFL player to come out as gay.

Raiders' Carl Nassib becomes first active NFL player to come out as gay.

Las Vegas Raiders defensive end Carl Nassib came out as gay on Monday, becoming the first active player in the National Football League to do so. "Just want to take a quick moment to say that I'm gay," Nassib said in an Instagram video. "I've been...