UFOs have always been a mystery to mankind. Reports of sightings of these objects continue to come from different parts of the world, but researchers still have not been able to answer most of the questions related to UFOs or discover the source of their origin.
Now NASA has created a team of 16 people who will look for answers to questions that have long been of concern to mankind. The nine-month study will begin in October.
NASA stated on Twitter:
We’ve selected 16 individuals to participate in an independent study team on unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), or observations in the sky that cannot be identified as aircraft or known natural phenomena. The nine-month study will begin on Oct. 24: https://t.co/RsVP4kggwd pic.twitter.com/OQ5XecW0Ai
— NASA (@NASA) October 21, 2022
Earlier this year, a spokesman for the US Department of Defense said that over the past 20 years, more unidentified flying objects have appeared in the sky.
“Since the early 2000s, we have seen an increasing number of unauthorized and/or unidentified aircraft or objects in military-controlled training areas and ranges and other designated airspace,” said Deputy Chief of Naval Intelligence Scott Bray.
It is strange that quite recently NASA rejected the existence of the UFO phenomenon, but when they started talking about it at the highest level, they quickly changed their minds.