The United States is developing sensors that can detect UFOs

The United States is developing sensors that can detect UFOs

In a recent post A long report of 63 pages American authorities stated that they had no knowledge of visits to Earth by extraterrestrial intelligence.

The report covers more than 1,200 incidents from 1945 to the present day.

It is published by a department of the US Department of Defense called the All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (To class), known as the Department of Defense's UFO Unit – which the United States officially calls UAPs.

The vast majority of sightings have been identified as everything from birds and balloons to falling space debris and secret weapons programs.

The report's authors describe, for example, that half of the UFO sightings in the 1950s and 1960s were linked to test flights of new types of aircraft. They also mention specific test flights of aircraft such as the U2 and the somewhat more recent F-117 Nighthawk stealth aircraft, which have led to a large number of UFO reports.

“All investigations at all classification levels concluded that most sightings were ordinary objects and phenomena and the result of misidentification,” the AARO report stated.

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Development of the F-117 Nighthawk began in 1978, but was kept secret until 1988. Many UFO reports from that time turned out to be test flights of these aircraft. Photo: Derek C. Judd/US Air Force/

Ministry's dilemma

However, this has not caused interest in UFOs to disappear, and researchers may soon have more tools at their disposal.

Because even if, according to the US Department of Defense, there are no signs of visits from space, not all observations have been identified, and the problem with the ministry is that many of them come from areas close to military installations.

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These reports range from reports of illuminated objects in nuclear weapons silos, reported by retired soldiers, to famous Pentagon videos recorded by American fighter pilots.

Therefore, the authorities began developing a mobile sensor system that could be placed in places where there are the highest number of reports of UAPs – so-called “high national security” areas.

The system has been named “Gremlin” and is currently being tested at a military facility in Texas.

“If objects are reported to be in the airspace in a high national security area or near one of our spacecraft, we need to know what they are,” says Timothy Phillips, acting director of AARO.

تم تسجيل الجسم الموجود في الدائرة الحمراء بواسطة طائرة بدون طيار من طراز MQ-9 Reaper فوق قاعدة Photo: US Department of Defense” loading=”lazy”/>
The object in the red circle was recorded by an MQ-9 Reaper drone over a base “somewhere in the Middle East” in 2022. Photo: US Department of Defense

Interest in such a system naturally increased after a number of balloons were observed over the United States and Canada last year. In one case, there was talk of a Chinese weather balloon, which, according to the Chinese, “went off course.” The balloon was shot down on February 4, 2023 from an altitude of 18 kilometers by a missile launched by an American fighter plane.

According to Philips, the first data has already come from the Gremlin system, both inside and outside the atmosphere.

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– Many bats and birds have been recorded. “We're also learning a lot about solar storms,” he said when the gremlin system was introduced last week.

Technology from space

The US Army is not the first to try to obtain more reliable data.

One of the most prominent advocates for collecting this kind of scientific data about UAPs, rather than relying on observations that we humans make with the naked eye or a vibrating cell phone, is Avi Loeb, an Israeli-American professor of astrophysics at Harvard University.

In this book Extraterrestrial – the first sign of intelligent life outside Earth As of 2021, he argues that the object called 'Oumuamua may actually be technology from elsewhere in the universe.

Loeb says we need to do more to fine-tune the sensors and telescopes we have to detect objects like 'Oumuamua.

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Many claim that the interstellar object, dubbed 'Oumuamua, may be a remnant of technology from an alien civilization. The piece was recorded on October 19, 2017. The image is only an artistic expression of what it could have looked like. Illustration: M. Kornmesser/European Southern Observatory/Reuters/NTB

In 2021, he founded the Galileo Project with the aim of building a network of telescopes and cameras that can monitor the sky 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The focus here is slightly different, as Loeb was particularly interested in interstellar objects.

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However, during the short history of the project, nothing abnormal was observed in the sky.

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