Unveiling the Truth: Nasa's Astonishing Discoveries about UFO Phenomena

NASA's panel investigating UFOs has collected around 800 reports, but only a small percentage are unexplainable.

The panel was formed to study unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP) that defy conventional explanations.

Approximately 2% to 5% of the reported sightings are considered possibly anomalous.

A video of dots moving in the sky was identified as a commercial aircraft, despite initial confusion.

A 2021 Pentagon report revealed that most of the 144 military pilot sightings since 2004 remain unexplained.

Privacy concerns limit NASA's investigations, focusing mainly on the continental United States.

Data on UAPs can be complex and prone to distortion, illustrated by an incident involving microwave signals interfering with radio wave detection.

Former astronaut Scott Kelly recounted a visual illusion mistaken for a UFO, which turned out to be a Bart Simpson balloon.

Stigma attached to UFOs discourages commercial pilots from reporting sightings, hindering the collection of high-quality data.

NASA is embracing transparency, shifting from debunking UFO sightings and conducting public meetings to address questions and concerns.