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U.S. Can't Say if Aliens Exist, but Here's What We Learned From Its UFO Report

The U.S. government last week released its landmark report on Unidentified Flying Objects. Unfortunately for space watchers, it was unable to draw any firm conclusions, saying that out of 144 reported occurrences, analysts could only identify the object in one of them. Read the nine-page report from the office of the U.S. Director of National Intelligence, everything we've learned, and why the hype over UFOs isn't going away anytime soon.

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U.S. Can't Say if Aliens Exist, but Here's What We Learned From Its UFO Report
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    'Important first step': Highly anticipated UFO report released with no firm conclusions

    'Important first step': Highly anticipated UFO report released with no firm conclusions

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    USA TODAY - Jeanine Santucci

    WASHINGTON — The office of the U.S. Director of National Intelligence on Friday made public a highly anticipated report examining "unidentified aerial phenomena," telling Congress that it could not draw "firm conclusions" on more than 140 instances. "In a limited number of incidents, UAP reportedly …

    Read the Pentagon’s UFO Report to Congress

    Read the Pentagon’s UFO Report to Congress

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    The Verge

    An unclassified version of the Pentagon’s report on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAPs, aka UFOs) was sent to Congress on Friday, showing that more than 140 instances of strange sightings by military aircraft remain a mystery. This is the public’s first glance at the 9-page report. Last year, …

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