Russia launches program to study UFOs jointly with eyewitnesses
Specialists of the Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics, which is part of the Russian Academy of Sciences, have launched a research program aimed at studying all kinds of UFOs, in which, among other things, all data received from eyewitnesses will be carefully studied.
In particular, in its Telegram channel, the IMP asks to share photographs and videos of unusual in terms of shape and movement of air objects and phenomena in the sky, as well as everything interesting and not entirely clear from this area. It is desirable to accompany your messages with data on the place, time and, possibly, circumstances of observation of these objects.
Recall that a similar program for the study of UFOs was launched in the summer of 2021 by the American NASA, which UFO calls “unidentified aerial phenomena.” It is possible that such phenomena are not associated with flying saucers, and the project itself looks more “scientific”. To date, the agency has received about 250 different reports of UFOs, which are now being studied.