According to the most anticipated report, the U.S. government has no explanations for about 140 celestial events. There is no evidence that there was a secret technology or extraterrestrial spacecraft from China or Russia behind the “unidentified aerial events” observed by US Navy pilots over the past two decades.
But that cannot be ruled out, the report was released Friday by the U.S. Department of Defense in a nine-page authorized version called the “Preliminary Assessment.”
The report said the main problem with the investigation was the lack of data. At the same time it was determined that these events could pose a security risk to aviation and a national security risk to the United States. Therefore, a plan should now be devised on how to better explore and understand them.
The report of the “Unidentified Aerial Event Working Group” (German: Task Force on Unidentified Air Traffic Events) awaited much anticipation. U.S. Senator Mark Werner, who heads the Senate Intelligence Committee, described the report on Twitter as “rather uncertain.” However, this marks only the beginning of efforts to understand and illuminate these events. (SDA)
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