Over half of UFO incidents reported to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence have been from March 2021 to current.
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It’s a hen! It’s a airplane! No, it’s an unidentified aerial phenomenon. A newly published report from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence says that it’s acquired a complete of 510 UFO experiences during the last 17 years, and the vast majority of these experiences, greater than 350, have been filed since March 2021.

The Office’s report makes the plain and easy declare that unidentified aerial phenomenon (UAP) reporting is rising, which is “enabling a greater awareness of the airspace and increased opportunity to resolve UAP events.” According to the report, the workplace acquired 366 experiences since March 2021, bringing the full of recorded UAP sightings to 510 because the workplace started gathering these experiences in 2005. The sightings are extensively coming from the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Air Force service members, who report the phenomena by way of official authorities channels.

“[The Department of Defense’s All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office] and [the Office of the Director of National Intelligence] assess that the observed increase in the UAP reporting rate is partially due to a better understanding of the possible threats that UAP may represent, either as safety of flight hazards or as potential adversary collection platforms, and partially due to reduced stigma surrounding UAP reporting,” the report reads. “This increased reporting allows more opportunities to apply rigorous analysis and resolve events.”

The report additional explains that a number of of those experiences lack sufficient proof to obviously join the reported sighting to a UAP, and the All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence additionally say a few of these incidents might be a results of sensors malfunctioning.

Over half of the 366 sightings talked about on this doc had explainable origins. The Office of the Director of National Intelligence says that 26 have been characterised as uncrewed plane or comparable entities, 163 have been balloons, and 6 have been attributed to varied objects and animals like birds, climate, or particles. 171 sightings are unexplained, and a few of these have “demonstrated unusual flight characteristics or performance capabilities, and require further analysis.”

Last spring, the Pentagon held the primary public listening to on UAPs in almost 50 years after the variety of experiences from U.S. Navy officers grew to just about 400. This stands in distinction to the 144 UAP experiences documented within the Office of the Director of National Intelligence’s 2021 report.

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