UFO news is the most exciting thing to come out of this unidentified flying object (UFO) debate. Many of us have wondered if aliens are real, but the truth is, we do not know. We can only speculate based on our limited knowledge, but there are some theories that may help us decide.
Here are some common theories:
UFO Sightings in Massachusetts
Earlier this month, an online video posted by John Baglio showed a large, white, spinning UFO over the state of Massachusetts. Baglio had seen the object while driving between Malden and Boston. The video showed the object zipping overhead before slowly fading away. UFO experts have deemed the craft a cylinder, and some have said that it was at least 200 feet long. Here’s a look at what you can expect to see during your next visit to Massachusetts.
Fort Devens in Massachusetts reported a number of unusual objects on June 17, 2012. The eight objects were round, and were spotted on the ground in succession from east to west, northwest to southeast. Afterwards, two conventional aircraft were sighted. These sightings led to a debate over whether or not they were UFOs. A recent study concluded that many UFO sightings are simply hoaxes or are legitimate reports.
Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) in Lzmir
Locals in Izmir, Turkey have captured an unusual celestial event that happened around 2am on July 31. The green object shoots down towards the earth before disappearing behind the city’s hills. Residents immediately speculated whether this was a falling satellite, or if it was a UFO. After analyzing the video footage, astrophysics professor Hasan Ali Dal said that it was most likely a meteor that burned up in Earth’s atmosphere.
However, there are several explanations for this unusual phenomenon. The meteor shower is responsible for a bright green hue in the sky. In the same way, UFOs may be the cause of the bright color change. Regardless of the origin of the meteor, the event has raised questions about the existence of alien life in the universe. A new study has been conducted by the Sirius center, a UFO research center in Turkey.
X-59 is a UFO
In the past, speculation about whether the X-59 is a UFO has centered on its triangular delta wings, T-top tail, and small winglets known as canards. This is the exact same aircraft that NASA is reportedly building and planning to conduct initial flight tests in 2022. The X-59 has now been publicly documented, and NASA has published a number of photos of its development.
Lockheed Martin, which makes the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, is the company responsible for fabricating the X-59 aircraft. The company uses robotic machines to manufacture the plane’s wings and then names them after pilot call signs. The company also reportedly has been testing and evaluating the aircraft’s performance in real life. It is not clear whether the X-59 is a real UFO, but it could lead to new commercial opportunities.
The Air Force commissioned a second committee in 1969 to review the findings of Project Blue
Book. This committee examined 59 UFO sightings. The committee’s findings were published as Scientific Study of Unidentified Flying Objects, or SSUFO for short. The X-59 was first reported in 1947 and has been the subject of thousands of research ever since. Its existence has prompted the creation of the United States Air Force.
X-59 is a Supersonic Aircraft
The X-59 is a new type of supersonic aircraft that is powered by a modified General Electric F414 engine. The engine is the same one that powers Boeing F/A-18E/F Super Hornet fighter jets and the EA-18G Growler electronic warfare aircraft. The new aircraft will also use a lowboom design and have a 30 foot nose, which should reduce sonic booms and keep shock waves from coalescing.
The X-59 will use a number of components from other military jets in order to reduce the weight of the aircraft while still maintaining controllability. The aircraft will have wings placed far aft, a sonic boom-absorber, canards, a horizontal tail, and a variety of other design features to minimize the sonic booms. The X-59 will also be equipped with a number of control surfaces to make it fly smoothly and safely at supersonic speeds.
The X-59 cockpit is completely enclosed in a streamlined fuselage, so the pilot will be able to see what’s going on around him. The X-59 will not feature a windscreen in the cockpit, but instead utilizes a new technology called eXternal vision system. The eXternal Vision System uses a series of high-resolution cameras to monitor the aircraft’s forward flight and minimize the sonic boom.
X-59 could be a Listening Device
The X-59 will have a similar design to other military aircraft. It will feature components from other jets. This includes the landing gear of the Lockheed F-16 fighter, the controls of the F-117A Night Hawk, and the cockpit canopy of the Northrop Grumman T-38 Talon. Other design elements will soften sonic booms. In 2003-2004, the US government tested modified F-5E Tigers to make sure the sound of sonic booms didn’t engulf the aircraft.
Scientists have developed equipment that can lower the sonic boom. This research plane is currently being developed at the Lockheed Martin SkunkWorks plant. It will be flown over the
U.S. to collect data on the effects of sonic booms and their impact on humans on the ground. The mission of the X-59 is to collect data to make supersonic flying over land safer for human and environmental health.
The X-59 will make acoustic validation flights in 2024. This will allow scientists to compare the sonic boom to a quiet thump. Ultimately, this technology will be used to create a new commercial market for faster-than-sound air travel. The next step is to build a system to monitor and analyze the noise generated by such technology. A ground recording system will be built to help NASA analyze the data.
ODNI Preliminary Assessment of UFO Sightings
The ODNI preliminary assessment of UFO sight and sound reports contains several troubling findings. The DNI categorizes UAP into five categories: Airborne Clutter, Natural Atmospheric Phenomena, Classified Aircraft Programmes, and Foreign Adversary Systems. While none of these categories are conclusive proof of UFOs, the findings do suggest a definite connection between UAPs and American airspace.
The ODNI has stated that most sightings of unidentified aerial phenomena are real, and the findings support this conclusion. Nonetheless, the report acknowledges that the culture of dismissal inhibited witnesses from reporting sightings, causing incomplete reporting. The ODNI report opens the door to additional scientific and technical experts to join the discussion. In addition to the ODNI’s conclusions, the report makes clear that more research and investigation is needed to verify UFOs and their origin.
There are a few possible explanations for these sightings, including advanced reconnaissance craft operated by rival countries. Those flights would be easier to detect if they were over the U.S. mainland. A glitch in radar systems may also account for the encounters. However, the ODNI’s preliminary assessment of UFO sightings also highlights a troubling trend: many UFO sightings reported by civilians are not legitimate. Regardless of the causes, the ODNI report offers no conclusive answers to the questions that most people ask.
CIA Task Force on UFOs
The CIA has launched a task force on UFOs, but is it really effective? It’s unclear, and the agency has yet to release any official findings. But there are many sightings to keep an eye on. For one thing, the number of sightings has exploded since a pilot of a small aircraft reported seeing nine “saucer-like” objects traveling at supersonic speed near Mount Rainier, Washington. The incident generated a large newspaper headline and prompted a series of UFO sightings to follow.
The CIA Task Force on UFOs was formed in the early 1960s after an official Air Force report in 1962 stated that 94 percent of UFO sightings could be explained by meteorological factors and were of no concern. In contrast, a small percentage of sightings involved UFOs that appeared to be guided by artificial or natural intelligence. The COMETA team concluded that UFO sightings were most likely a misinterpretation of known objects.
Pentagon Team Handling UFO Reports
The Pentagon is creating a new team to handle reports of UFO sightings, and they hope that the new program will streamline the process and help standardize UFO sighting reporting. A Pentagon report issued last year showed that the U.S. had received 144 UFO sighting reports in just five years. But, while the report found no clear indications that aliens were behind the sightings, it said that the government could not rule out the possibility.
In the months since the Covid-19 pandemic, the number of UFO sightings increased dramatically. Sightings in New York doubled by 2020. In the same time period, the Pentagon said, “The widespread reported sightings of airborne objects present a significant national security, safety, and operations security challenge.”