NASA is set to blow the doors wide open on aliens tomorrow, as it is set to announce the results of its major report on UFOs.
For the last year or so, the space agency has been putting together a report on UFOs, or Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena as it's now called.
It was announced in June 2022 that a a study team was being put together to examine UAPs, or what could have been observations of events in the sky that could not be identified as aircraft or known natural phenomena.
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The experts were going to look at each report from a scientific perspective and try to debunk it, or explain it via science.
And the report is now set to go public tomorrow.
A spokesman said: “The UAP independent study team is a counsel of 16 community experts across diverse areas on matters relevant to potential methods of study for unidentified anomalous phenomena.
“NASA commissioned the study to examine UAP from a scientific perspective and create a roadmap for how to use data and the tools of science to move our understanding of UAP forward.
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“NASA defines UAP as observations of events in the sky that cannot be identified as aircraft or known natural phenomena from a scientific perspective.
“There are currently a limited number of high-quality observations of UAP, which make it impossible to draw firm scientific conclusions about their nature.”
However, the report could hint at, or maybe even confirm, that aliens exist in some form and have been to Earth.
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The panel has not yet disclosed what material they have been analysing for the report, with NASA keeping most of the details surrounding it a closely-guarded secret.
As they say, the truth is out there and we could know exactly what it is by 3pm UK time tomorrow (September 14).
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