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World UFO Day 2022: What are UFOs and how did the theories around them arise?



World UFO Day is observed every year on 2 July to spread awareness about the existence of mysterious unknown flying objects. These strange objects have been creating controversy and curiosity in the minds of many people for many decades. However, the existence of UFOs has always been in question. The purpose of World UFO Day is to encourage people to share their beliefs about UFOs and to come together to accept the different theories surrounding these extraterrestrial objects.

The existence of UFOs has not been officially accepted by space agencies around the world. Although there are many doubts about the existence of UFOs, several incidents have prompted people to explore the possibility, including the US Pentagon.

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UFOs or unknown flying objects are strange spacecraft that do not belong to our planet and cannot be identified or explained. There have been many reported instances of UFO sightings in the sky, however, none have been officially confirmed yet.

Roswell Incident

It is said that the Roswell event of July 1947, which took place in Mexico, first started the conversation around UFOs. A United States Army balloon crashed near Roswell, New Mexico and soon became the focus of conspiracy theories on UFOS. The US military had initially fueled speculation by saying they had recovered some debris from a flying disc. Later, he clarified that it was just a weather balloon. However, the incident had already given rise to a series of theories woven around UFOs by curious people.

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In the latest development on UFOS, two senior United States defense intelligence officials testified before the House Intelligence Subcommittee that the government has information about UFOs or UAPs (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena). Officials had said that 400 cases of UAPs acknowledged by the Pentagon had been registered. In another advancement, NASA was also planning to assemble a UFO to investigate an “unknown aerial phenomenon”—commonly referred to as a UFO.

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